Oregan Networks sets up shop in Mexico City

UK middleware provider Oregan Networks has opened a new headquarters for the Latin America region in Mexico City, expanding its local presence beyond Argentina and catering for the specific technology requirements of local broadcasters.

Oregan notes industry-wide trends for the region include an upgraded consumer experience, greater broadband service coverage, and reduced capital expenditure on customer premises equipment. Mario Betancourt joins Oregan as regional sales director, after previous stints at Ericsson and Motorola.

Oregan has its global headquarters and primary R&D centre in London UK, with branch offices in Singapore, Mexico, Argentina, Korea and Taiwan.

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