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One Source Networks Expands In South America with GlobeNet

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AUSTIN, Texas– One Source Networks, Inc., a cloud and managed services partner for large enterprises, today announced its partnership with GlobeNet, a wholesale provider of Latin American data network services, to provide connectivity for customers doing business in Brazil, Venezuela and Colombia.

This announcement follows the launch of OSN’s network point of presence (PoP) in Bogotá, Colombia, one of five new global PoPs the company has recently deployed worldwide. It will be followed by the launch of a node in São Paulo, Brazil. By leveraging GlobeNet’s high capacity network infrastructure, OSN will expand connectivity throughout the region, over which the company will deliver managed network and voice services, and enable solutions such as Unified Communications.

With the highest growth rate in Internet subscribers coupled with rapidly growing mobile penetration, Latin America presents a growing market opportunity for OSN’s enterprise customers. The establishment of a local market presence enables One Source Networks to expand its connectivity with regional telecom partners and expand its service offerings.

OSN expects to complete deployment of its Brazil PoP during the second half of 2014.

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