Oracle opens its 39th cloud region in Querétaro, Mexico

Oracle has just opened its new Querétaro cloud region. This development makes Oracle the first of any global hyperscaler to open a cloud region in Mexico

The new Querétaro cloud region marks the latest step in Oracle’s expanding global cloud presence. 

Alongside the infrastructure’s high performance, affordability and in-built security, Oracle has also pledged to power the new region with 100% renewable energy by 2025. 

Improving connectivity across Mexico and Central America

The Oracle Cloud Querétaro region will provide customers across Mexico and Central America with access to a wide range of network partners, ensuring a direct and private connection through OCI FastConnect. 

The partners that are available at launch for the Oracle Cloud Querétaro region include Equinix, Transtelco, Telmex, Arelion, and C3ntro.

"We are excited to establish a cloud region in Mexico that will offer public and private organizations, as well as partners and developers, the opportunity to leverage OCI to grow their businesses," commented Maribel Dos Santos Fernandez, the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Oracle Mexico.

 "The Oracle Cloud Querétaro region offers organizations a wide range of services, including access to emerging technologies, to help improve the customer experience and positively impact the country's ecosystem of innovation," said Dos Santos Fernandez. 

"It is encouraging to see the increase in the availability of cloud infrastructure services in Mexico,” added Carlos Rocha, the Chief Information Officer of Banco del Bajío. 

“Oracle's new cloud region will pave the way for financial services institutions to continue their digital transformation journeys, which will allow them to develop products focused on meeting the specific needs of various customer segments – including companies and individuals who require speedy service and quick access to information, along with stability and security."

Banco del Bajío is one of Mexico’s major banks, and one of the country’s fastest growing local banks.


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