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 Friday, July 02, 2010

The Mexican Ministry of Communications and Transport (SCT) plans to invest over MXN 1.5 billion to upgrade the country's network infrastructure, local newspaper El Universal reports, citing communications and transport minister Juan Molinar. The measure aims to close the digital gap and boost the development of next-generation broadband network in educational institutions and research centres across Mexico. In line with this strategy, SCT has signed an agreement with the University Corporation for Internet Development (CUDI). Under the terms of the agreement, SCT and CUDI plan to generate a model of network integration, focused on promoting scientific and technological activities involving higher education institutions and research centres across Mexico.

Source: TelecomPaper