At the epicenter of the digital revolution, Cloudflare has launched an expansion offensive in Mexico, taking application, employee and network connectivity and security to a new level. As a sign of its commitment, the company plans to increase its team from 20 to 35 employees by the end of 2023.
Cloudflare's sights are set on 2024, with plans to expand its regional sales team and further consolidate its presence in the Latin American market. How will they do this? Through a Center of Excellence that offers support not only to Latin America but to the whole world, backed by highly specialized engineers.
But that's not all. Cloudflare has expanded its network infrastructure with the opening of a new data center in Guadalajara, complementing the existing ones in CDMX and Querétaro, to provide more robust and efficient services.
Cloudflare's impressive infrastructure, the third largest globally, handles 20% of Internet traffic and has the capacity to contain 140 billion malicious events daily.
In a scenario where cybersecurity demands expertise, Cloudflare and its network of business partners are poised to implement advanced strategies such as SASE and Zero Trust, providing complete security services, from equipment to scalability and compliance with industry protocols.
Cloudflare's platform offers innovative solutions, securing applications, APIs and VPN connections, providing a robust alternative for connecting remote employees to enterprise applications, whether in the cloud or on-premises.
But Cloudflare is not just a solution, it is a business opportunity for our channel ecosystem. They can resell services and platforms, serving a wide variety of customers, from large corporations to medium-sized enterprises, with a special focus on key sectors such as manufacturing, finance and government.