It is the first innovation center of the company in Latin America and presents the latest in IoT, cybersecurity and SDN. On May 31, AT&T inaugurated its Business Experience Center (CXE) in Mexico, a space where companies will have the opportunity to learn about the latest IT solutions, cyber security and software defined networks (SDN).
Located on the 18th floor of the company’s corporate building in the heart of Mexico City, the company builds this first innovation center in Latin America. Through the CXE, AT&T’s innovation is a global level now available to support small, medium and large companies looking to take advantage of business opportunities in an increasingly connected country.
“The Business Experience Center is a unique space designed to educate, collaborate and innovate with companies, communities and governments that are making decisions related to infrastructure, security, commerce, transportation and many more challenges. Companies in Mexico are ready, “said AT&T CEO in Mexico, Kelly King.
In an area of 800 m2, the center exhibits technological experiences that allow companies to visualize new and better ways of providing services, connecting cities and being able to protect themselves against the risks of the environment. In addition, the attendees have been discovered in the last on Internet of Things, cybersecurity and SDN.
The Center for Business Experience (CXE) is a space designed for entrepreneurs, but also open to academics and academics, as well as entrepreneurs interested in having cutting-edge solutions for their business.
Some of the solutions presented during the opening of the CXE are:
- IoT: Flotilla Control and Asset Management, which can be telemetry information on the location and status of vehicles and goods, respectively.
- Cybersecurity: NetBond enables enterprises to connect to AT&T’s virtual private network (VPN) to multiple cloud providers securely.
- SDN: FlexWare is a device that replaces the complete hardware infrastructure by functions performed by software.