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Canada’s Aldea Solutions has reached a five-year agreement with Telefónica and its partner Huawei to support its online video platform in Mexico.

television altea 26 may 2017By using Telefonica Open Cloud, Aldea’s Mexican operation expects to reduce OPEX and improve business efficiency.

Through its technology partner Huawei, Telefónica is already offering public cloud services to a number of Mexican enterprises, SMEs and public sector organisations.

As provider of services and solutions for TV and media, Aldea offers integrated transmission services through its fibre network and associated teleports in Mexico. The Aldea proposal includes: full-time and occasional use of services, video as a file, high-definition coding, and all production and transmission solutions that a client may need.

Present in the main cities throughout the Americas, located in Canada, the US, Mexico, Colombia, Panama, Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina, Peru and Chile, Aldea claims to operate the first fully-automated pan-American fibre optic network for TV broadcasting services.

With the new services running in Telefónica Open Cloud, Aldea now is able to assign elastic resources (compute, network, storage, among others) to meet the fast-growing IT requirements of today's video platforms.

“This project is just a beginning; we hope to get more technical support from Huawei and Telefonica in business transformation. More critical applications in Aldea need to be migrated onto the cloud, with higher efficiency and lower TCO,” said Aldea Mexico CEO, Edgar Cerón.