“We are committed to Peru’s development and this inauguration confirms our presence in Peru,” said Julian Coulter, Google’s general manager at the opening. “This has great digital potential and our main goal is to support the training of people and keep up with the growth of local businesses, whether large or small.”
Google has been present in Peru since 2010. With this new property, the Silicon Valley-based company now has six offices in Latin America. Globally, Google has 100 offices in 50 countries.
In Latin America, Google tends to support entrepreneurial activities, especially those that use technology to solve certain situations. The company recently held a three-month Launchpad Accelerator for 10 promising Latin American startups in Mexico City.
Startups in Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, and Chile learned about Machine Learning, Android development, Google Cloud, and web solutions while working with industry experts.
On another note, Google also invested a lot of money and effort into installing fiber optic cables to improve connectivity and strengthen cloud computing infrastructure. So far this has been done in Chile. The 10,000-km submarine cable links California to neighboring southern Peru, costing $ 47 billion.
At the same time, we should not forget about Huawei’s regional campaigns. The Chinese competitor recently launched 5G tests in Peru. The Chinese competitor may not have modern offices in Latin America like Google, but its regional efforts appear to be equally strong.
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