With the recent expansion of its CDN service capabilities in Brazil, Chile and Mexico, CenturyLink is set to talk to IBC visitors about the opportunities that represents.

Pablo Yañez, vice president of connectivity, media & IP for CenturyLink in Latin America (pictured), said: “Throughout Latin America, people are spending more time on the internet enjoying their favourite video content, playing or downloading music and games, reading up on the latest news and making purchases. We have a strategic focus around growing our CDN service to address the ever-increasing demand and globalisation of online platforms, such as OTT video, gaming and e-commerce.”

In response to the increased demand the company sees from entertainment and enterprise customers for fast, reliable and scalable event-based and steady state content delivery, CenturyLink has expanded service capabilities in Mexico and Chile. In addition, the company has added a new point of presence (PoP) in Fortaleza, Brazil, to enhance service performance in the northeast region of the country.

“This current expansion shows our commitment to providing secure, scalable network solutions for customers around the world to grow their businesses and reach audiences worldwide,” added Yañez.

CenturyLink is exhibiting at IBC2019 on Stand 5.B61