The Canadian company, a telecommunications specialist, will launch in December
The governor, Mauricio Kuri González, met with EXFO’s founder and executive president, Germain Lamone, to learn about the progress of the Canadian company’s project, a telecommunications specialist, which will begin in Querétaro on December 1 ; with an investment of 200 million pesos and generating 235 new highly specialized jobs.
On her second day of operations in Canada, Kuri González went to the factory of the electronics company, located in Québec, where she heard about the status of what will become the operational center of the company that will be installed in the Querétaro industrial park, and will receive a fiber optic factory, testing equipment, in addition to developing network operations solutions for internet service providers and telecommunication manufacturers.
In this context, EXFO’s Founder and Executive President, Germain Lamone, emphasized that the city of Queretaro is a wonderful place to invest; he highlighted the technology and education programs that the state government is running in conjunction with the education sector and private initiative.
“It will be our pleasure to be in this city as cooperating citizens in this beautiful city like Querétaro. I think the city is beautiful, technology is very important, along with the school, the Polytechnic University. I think, as I said, this is an investment that is permanent, that is, for the long term. I am very committed to achieving our presence in Querétaro,” he said.
EXFO is a global leader in telecommunications testing and service assurance, developing end-to-end solutions to reduce operating costs during deployment and operation. The company is listed on the NASDAQ and Toronto stock exchanges and has 1,700 employees in 25 countries.