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Querétaro wants to become the largest Data Center headquarters in Mexico

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With the opening of the First Region of Oracle Cloud in Mexico, Queretaro Governor Mauricio Kuri bets on information technologies.

The First Region of Oracle Cloud in Mexico was officially launched in Querétaro by the state governor, Mauricio Kuri González, with the intention of making the organization a benchmark in the information technology industry since it is home to the largest Data Center facilities in the nation.

In this regard, the state governor stated that modernization has been a solution to the major issues of our era through new technologies, and he reassured the directors of this company, which provides a variety of cloud services, that they made the right choice by settling in Queretaro.

“Mexico doesn’t need a million employees; it needs a million entrepreneurs. Because of this, a firm like Oracle, which is committed to energy transfer, digitization, innovation, and development, must assist all entrepreneurs in turning their ideas into profitable ventures” Kuri Gonzalez said.

He emphasized that the organization is committed to building a high-quality, productive, and expensive workforce in Querétaro, in addition to having a great strategic location for business nationwide.

“In Querétaro, we are ready, willing, and able to welcome the companies that decide to settle here, especially the technology companies”, the governor concluded.

San Miguel Times

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