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A University in South America with a well-known reputation, which holds the 68th ranking of the top Universities in the world, required a technological solution to meet its IT needs, besides that, a platform for a world class Human Resources services system. MYVA were involved in the design, due diligence and commissioning of the Cloud Business service to avoid the risk associated with IT infrastructure sizing.


Client profile

The university has different business areas such as, high school program, bachelor's degrees, masters and research area, likewise, it has a library, its own publishing house and its cafeteria.


Business need

The client required a low-cost technical solution that would allow him to offer the following services:

  1. Any students of any faculty could pay their tuition online.
  2. A mobile application that would allow students to buy the books from their publishing house, through its web portal and download them in PDF.
  3. For those students who could not attend the face-to-face classes, create a platform that would allow these people to attend virtually.


The cloud infrastructure implemented by MYVA was called Virtual Servers Business Cloud. This powerful and flexible service allows business applications to be run in the cloud, releasing all the reliable and secure benefits of this service.

The customer reported "the Virtual Servers solution enabled them to create a series of technical environments they had not considered at the beginning, these were: development, testing, training, commissioning and production, adapting the human resources platform to the needs of each environment, in accordance with each project phase."


The solution resulted in a 37.45% increase in cross-sells, as well as, an increase in the student population by 23.98%, most of them applied to virtual programs.

Mister Perez, the Vice counselor stated :I believe that the key to success is that MYVA had the vision of the business and guided us towards it, suggesting us the implementation of new services, which the University still had no visibility. I am sure enough that the institutions of higher education will be using this tool for some of their processes in the near future.


Client profile

The university has different business areas such as, high school program, bachelor's degrees, masters and research area, likewise, it has a library, its own publishing house and its cafeteria.


Business need

The client required a low-cost technical solution that would allow him to offer the following services:

  1. Any students of any faculty could pay their tuition online.
  2. A mobile application that would allow students to buy the books from their publishing house, through its web portal and download them in PDF.
  3. For those students who could not attend the face-to-face classes, create a platform that would allow these people to attend virtually.


The cloud infrastructure implemented by MYVA was called Virtual Servers Business Cloud. This powerful and flexible service allows business applications to be run in the cloud, releasing all the reliable and secure benefits of this service.

Customer reported "the Virtual Servers solution enabled them to create a series of technical environments they had not considered at the beginning, these were: development, testing, training, commissioning and production, adapting the human resources platform to the needs of each environment, in accordance with each project phase."


The solution resulted in a 37.45% increase in cross-sells, as well as, an increase in the student population by 23.98%, most of them applied to virtual programs.

Mister Perez, the Vice counselor stated :I believe that the key to success is that MYVA had the vision of the business and guided us towards it, suggesting us the implementation of new services, which the University still had no visibility. I am sure enough that the institutions of higher education will be using this tool for some of their processes in the near future.

The Global Competitiveness Index 2018 of the World Economic Forum (WEF) placed Mexico in 34th out of 144 countries, in terms of competitiveness of transport infrastructure and specifically in airports, it was located in position 64 a few years ago.

As of January 2018, 76 airports operated in Mexico; 34 were in the hands of private airport groups; 19 were operated by ASA (Airports and auxiliary services LTDA.), and 24 by other operators (among them, municipal governments).

The rate per year, of passengers in transit, handled by the airports nationwide is approximately 90 million people, which already implies a saturation in the service.


Client profile

The Global Competitiveness Index 2018 of the World Economic Forum (WEF) placed Mexico in 34th out of 144 countries, in terms of competitiveness of transport infrastructure and specifically in airports, it was located in position 64 a few years ago.

As of January 2018, 76 airports operated in Mexico; 34 were in the hands of private airport groups; 19 were operated by ASA (Airports and auxiliary services LTDA.), and 24 by other operators (among them, municipal governments).

The rate per year, of passengers in transit, handled by the airports nationwide is approximately 90 million people, which already implies a saturation in the service. The international airport of Mexico City, which receives annually 47.65% of passengers in transit nationwide, faces significant challenges for years to come.

The central objective is to reduce the logistics costs of air transport, increase security within the facilities, and improve the user experience by extending mobile and Wi-Fi coverage inside and outside the premises, expanding online services to avoid wait in a queues at the airline´s counters.


Business need

During the year 2013, the number of unsatisfied users increased by 250%, the recurrent denouncement was, the poor quality of the mobile signal within the waiting rooms (VIP lounges and commercial area included) at the airport and its surroundings, a critical situation that would have been solved as soon as possible. The members of the administration council had contacted MYVA and its business associates, asking for a suitable solution to this problem, along with other requirements that we will list below:

  1. Increasing the number of GB per minute downloaded per user, using the WI FI network
  2. Expanding mobile coverage to other operators, until then, only covered the users of the incumbent operator.
  3. Implementing a solution to streamline user authentication in the migration and airlines counters.
  4. Suggesting applications to improve waiting times at the airport.


MYVA suggested to the client setting up a distributed antenna system DAS-RAN, with the following characteristics:

The Wide-area Integration Node allows an operator to bring in baseband signals from multiple remote locations kilometers away to fully leverage DAS-RAN architecture in its hubs.

The central area node is typically located at the campus hub. It digitizes baseband RF signals, combines signals from different operators and distributes them to multiple venues. The capacity routing function within the central area node enables the DAS-RAN architecture. With capacity routing, a mobile operator or neutral host can allocate mobile capacity in a completely granular way—by operator, sector or channel—to individual buildings or even to specified access points within a building.

  • The CPRI provides a simpler

    all-digital CPRI interface with the operator’s baseband unit. By eliminating digital-analog conversions, the CPRI digital donor-equipped head-end is smaller and uses less energy to operate and cool.

    The transport expansion node is an expansion node connected to the central area node via single- or multimode fiber. Transport expansion nodes are located throughout the venue coverage area.

    Carrier access points feature external antenna ports for performance, aesthetics and signal shaping, and allow embedded MIMO support to deliver top data speeds.

  • Category 6A and fiber cabling

    The all-digital solution leverages IT-standard copper and fiber-optic infrastructure, making it easy and economical to deploy and manage. Category 6A cable replaces the expensive and difficult-to-install coaxial RF cables used in analog distributed antenna system solutions.

  • other IP applications

    The DAS-RAN system has the ability to share cabling with another systems such as Wi-Fi, security cameras and Biometrics.

  • WIFI Hot spot solution

    Mesh topology, firewall to avoid unwanted access, BSS installation, P2P and anti-phishing filter, public network SSID in node access splash page and washed garden.

  • Cloud Web service

    to store relevant information, such as, records arrival/departures country, criminal records and store contents of security cameras.

  • Full stack development

    A mobile application was developed that allows users to rent cars by paying the rent from their cell phone and pick it up at airport´s main entrance. in addition, MYVA developed an e-commerce application, (that consolidates all the commercial establishments located in the airport), that allows the final user to make purchases or meals deliveries, even before they arrive at the airport, and delivery it at departure lounge or at their final destination.


  • The queues and waiting times, at the customs, security checks and migration section, were reduced by 180%
  • They went from 1 Gb to 7 Gb downloaded by user
  • Third-party sales, car rental, food, souvenirs increased by 237%
  • User complaints decreased by 150%

The minister of transport indicated to the local newspapers: Due to the overwhelming success of the solutions implemented by MYVA, these will be replicated it the facilities of the new airport that will begin to be built as of 2019.


Client profile

The international airport of Mexico City, which receives annually 47.65% of passengers in transit nationwide, faces significant challenges for years to come. The central objective is to reduce the logistics costs of air transport, increase security within the facilities, and improve the user experience by extending mobile and Wi-Fi coverage inside and outside the premises, expanding online services to avoid wait in a queues at the airline´s counters.


Business need

During the year 2013, the number of unsatisfied users increased by 250%, the recurrent denouncement was, the poor quality of the mobile signal within the waiting rooms (VIP lounges and commercial area included) at the airport and its surroundings, a critical situation that would have been solved as soon as possible. The members of the administration council had contacted MYVA and its business associates, asking for a suitable solution to this problem, along with other requirements that we will list below:

  1. Increasing the number of GB per minute downloaded per user, using the WI FI network
  2. Expanding mobile coverage to other operators, until then, only covered the users of the incumbent operator.
  3. Implementing a solution to streamline user authentication in the migration and airlines counters.
  4. Suggesting applications to improve waiting times inside the airport.


MYVA suggested to the client setting up a distributed antenna system DAS-RAN, with the following characteristics:

The Wide-area Integration Node allows an operator to bring in baseband signals from multiple remote locations kilometers away to fully leverage DAS-RAN architecture in its hubs.

The central area node is typically located at the campus hub. It digitizes baseband RF signals, combines signals from different operators and distributes them to multiple venues. The capacity routing function within the central area node enables the DAS-RAN architecture. With capacity routing, a mobile operator or neutral host can allocate mobile capacity in a completely granular way—by operator, sector or channel—to individual buildings or even to specified access points within a building.

  • The CPRI provides a simpler

    all-digital CPRI interface with the operator’s baseband unit. By eliminating digital-analog conversions, the CPRI digital donor-equipped head-end is smaller and uses less energy to operate and cool.

    The transport expansion node is an expansion node connected to the central area node via single- or multimode fiber. Transport expansion nodes are located throughout the venue coverage area.

    Carrier access points feature external antenna ports for performance, aesthetics and signal shaping, and allow embedded MIMO support to deliver top data speeds.

  • Category 6A and fiber cabling

    The all-digital solution leverages IT-standard copper and fiber-optic infrastructure, making it easy and economical to deploy and manage. Category 6A cable replaces the expensive and difficult-to-install coaxial RF cables used in analog distributed antenna system solutions.

  • other IP applications

    The DAS-RAN system has the ability to share cabling with another systems such as Wi-Fi, security cameras and Biometrics.

  • WIFI Hot spot solution

    Mesh topology, firewall to avoid unwanted access, BSS installation, P2P and anti-phishing filter, public network SSID in node access splash page and washed garden.

  • Cloud Web service

    to store relevant information, such as, records arrival/departures country, criminal records and store contents of security cameras.

  • Full stack development

    A mobile application was developed that allows users to rent cars by paying the rent from their cell phone and pick it up at airport´s main entrance. in addition, MYVA developed an e-commerce application, (that consolidates all the commercial establishments located in the airport), that allows the final user to make purchases or meals deliveries, even before they arrive at the airport, and delivery it at departure lounge or at their final destination.


  • The queues and waiting times, at the customs, security checks and migration section, were reduced by 180%
  • They went from 1 Gb to 7 Gb downloaded by user
  • Third-party sales, car rental, food, souvenirs increased by 237%
  • User complaints decreased by 150%

The minister of transport indicated to the local newspapers: Due to the overwhelming success of the solutions implemented by MYVA, these will be replicated it the facilities of the new airport that will begin to be built as of 2019.

To be able to position at the same level of first world countries such as China and Japan, the Mexican national government is looking to achieve a 35% clean energy generation, against a 7.8% that it has today, reason why, the new energy reform was approved in 2013. On the other hand, Mexico is within the 20 most polluting countries in the world with an approximate total of 78 gigatons of carbon dioxide per year, it is not an encouraging figure, but we are in a very good moment to reverse this score and leave a better planet to our future generations. A Hospital of Spanish origin with more than 50 years in Latin America, has multidisciplinary teams of internationally recognized doctors and the most advanced technology in the various specialties and subspecialties, which has led it to be the only health center of its kind to count with accreditations by the Joint Commission International (JCI) and the General Health Council (CSG). In addition, it allocates financial resources and human talent every year to health programs that benefit thousands of economically vulnerable people; to the training of medical specialists; and to research, to improve the quality of life of the community it serves.


Client profile

A Hospital of Spanish origin with more than 50 years in Latin America, has multidisciplinary teams of internationally recognized doctors and the most advanced technology in the various specialties and subspecialties, which has led it to be the only health center of its kind to count with accreditations by the Joint Commission International (JCI) and the General Health Council (CSG). In addition, it allocates financial resources and human talent every year to health programs that benefit thousands of economically vulnerable people; to the training of medical specialists; and to research, to improve the quality of life of the community it serves.


Business need

The Hospital’s newly built Central Neurology facility began to reap the benefits of its new installation. However, the high cost of energy, the high CO2 levels emitted by the diesel power plants, coupled with the continuous power cuts of the state power supplier, led the client to take action on the matter.

With this solution, we try to resolve the following client´s predicaments:

  1. Reducing indirect costs for electricity bills
  2. Assuring a faster return on investment


The Hospital’s newly built Central Neurology facility, began to reap the benefits of its new installation. However, the high cost of energy, the high CO2 levels emitted by the diesel power plants, coupled with the continuous power cuts of the state power supplier, led the client to take action on the matter.

Myva and its partners, developed an end to end solution which consists of: 12 combined cycle power plants ( Water-Steam and Air-gas), together with ,216 modular solar photovoltaic panels, 210 W each one, capable of generating 73000 kilowatt hours in the first year of operation. In addition, MYVA followed an internationally accepted performance testing protocols for combined cycle performance test is the ASME PTC 46. These protocols describe in detail the activities and preparations for a combined cycle performance test. Together with other testing protocols such as ASME PTC 22, ASME PTC 6, etc. they provide a guide to conduct an accurate and repeatable combined cycle performance test.

With this solution, we try to resolve the following client´s predicaments:

  1. Reducing indirect costs for electricity bills
  2. Assuring a faster return on investment
  3. Covering annually electricity necessities without rely on third parties, 40% with the solar panels and the remain 60% with combined cycle plants.

The project helped reduce CO2 emissions by 96%, they went from 56 tons to 6 tons per year. On the other hand, their indirect costs for energy consumption were reduced by 74%, from $ 3,287 Us per month to $ 978 Us per month.

The performance in combined cycle power plants is much higher (58% compared to 36% for a conventional power plant). In other words, with a lower consumption of primary energy a greater production of electrical energy is achieved. This means both environmental and economic advantages.

A combined cycle power plant requires only one third of the cooling water required in conventional thermal power plants for steam condensation.
The transport and supply of primary energy (natural gas) is done through a buried gas pipeline, so that the impact derived from the circulation of trucks or trains supplying coal or fuel oil is avoided.

Combined cycle power plants can be built near the places where electricity will be consumed. In this way the power lines are shortened, which reduces the inevitable electricity losses and decreases the visual impact.


Client profile

A Hospital of Spanish origin with more than 50 years in Latin America, has multidisciplinary teams of internationally recognized doctors and the most advanced technology in the various specialties and subspecialties, which has led it to be the only health center of its kind to count with accreditations by the Joint Commission International (JCI) and the General Health Council (CSG). In addition, it allocates financial resources and human talent every year to health programs that benefit thousands of economically vulnerable people; to the training of medical specialists; and to research, to improve the quality of life of the community it serves.


Business need

The Hospital’s newly built Central Neurology facility began to reap the benefits of its new installation. However, the high cost of energy, the high CO2 levels emitted by the diesel power plants, coupled with the continuous power cuts of the state power supplier, led the client to take action on the matter.

With this solution, we try to resolve the following client´s predicaments:

  1. Reducing indirect costs for electricity bills
  2. Assuring a faster return on investment


The Hospital’s newly built Central Neurology facility, began to reap the benefits of its new installation. However, the high cost of energy, the high CO2 levels emitted by the diesel power plants, coupled with the continuous power cuts of the state power supplier, led the client to take action on the matter.

Myva and its partners, developed an end to end solution which consists of: 12 combined cycle power plants ( Water-Steam and Air-gas), together with ,216 modular solar photovoltaic panels, 210 W each one, capable of generating 73000 kilowatt hours in the first year of operation. In addition, MYVA followed an internationally accepted performance testing protocols for combined cycle performance test is the ASME PTC 46. These protocols describes in detail the activities and preparations for a combined cycle performance test. Together with other testing protocols such as ASME PTC 22, ASME PTC 6, etc. they provide a guide to conduct an accurate and repeatable combined cycle performance test.

With this solution, we try to resolve the following client´s predicaments:

  1. Reducing indirect costs for electricity bills
  2. Assuring a faster return on investment
  3. Covering annually electricity necessities without rely on third parties, 40% with the solar panels and the remain 60% with combined cycle plants.

The project helped reduce CO2 emissions by 96%, they went from 56 tons to 6 tons per year. On the other hand, their indirect costs for energy consumption were reduced by 74%, from $ 3,287 Us per month to $ 978 Us per month.

The performance in combined cycle power plants is much higher (58% compared to 36% for a conventional power plant). In other words, with a lower consumption of primary energy a greater production of electrical energy is achieved. This means both environmental and economic advantages.

A combined cycle power plant requires only one third of the cooling water required in conventional thermal power plants for steam condensation.
The transport and supply of primary energy (natural gas) is done through a buried gas pipeline, so that the impact derived from the circulation of trucks or trains supplying coal or fuel oil is avoided.

Combined cycle power plants can be built near the places where electricity will be consumed. In this way the power lines are shortened, which reduces the inevitable electricity losses and decreases the visual impact.

The manufacturing industry opens new business opportunities and partnerships previously unimagined for companies in the sector. Mexico can take advantage of this trend to advance the adoption of digital operations.

The Industrial Revolution of the 21st century refers to the digitalization and integration of processes throughout the organization, the products and services it offers and the development of disruptive business models. According to the global report 2018 of Price waterhouse Cooper, digitization and intelligent automation in the manufacturing industry will contribute 14% of world GDP by 2030, equivalent to 15 billion dollars.

19% of the companies in the automotive sector are digital leaders, and 14% of the electronics industry are also in this category, since they push the transformation through four ecosystems:

  • Ecosystem of customer solutions

    Products and distinctive services that can offer customers or consumers through the customization of their offers, improved logistics and creative models for income generation.

  • Operations ecosystem

    Enables solutions and efficiencies of the company's value chain; it covers the physical activities and flows that support the ecosystem of customer solutions.

  • Ecosystem of technology

    It drives the architecture and interfaces of digital technologies. Includes fundamental technologies for the industry, such as artificial intelligence, 3D printing, internet of things, among others.

  • Ecosystem of people

    It implies the domain of the competence and organizational culture. Defines the profile of the people required in the Industry, who in turn, will define how emerging technologies are used.


Client profile

The client, a Japanese car manufacturer, which over the 60 years of presence in Mexico, has integrated a history of leadership, innovation and emotion. In 1952, he began commercial operations in the country and five years later, in 1957, he opened the first manufacturing plant built outside of Japan, in the town a few hours from Mexico city.

Since then, it has implemented various activities and strategies, under the Green Program, to reduce CO2 emissions and polluting waste, promote the reuse of materials and adopt renewable energy sources, so that it is fully complied with the purpose of the company to create a symbiosis of people, vehicles and nature for the good of the planet and future generations.


Business needs

Our client was experiencing some recurring problems with their manufacturing process, which has impacted their gross sales and their market share was slowing down. The most serious problems to solve are mentioned below:

  1. Check Engine: The warning light is lit on the dashboard, for no apparent reason.
  2. Wiring the airbags: Makes the airbags do not activate in the event of a crash.
  3. Ignition System: It does not work correctly and makes the units emit more CO2 than normal.
  4. Failures in electrical systems: Problems with the fuse boxes, which cause faults on the internal and external lights of the car.


In order to solve the client´s difficulties, MYVA and its partners designed the following processes:

APC (advanced process control systems) is a process control method that uses mathematical models of the behavior of a process to predict and control its variation. This system drives the process to its optimum operating point (maximum performance with minimum energy consumption). In these complex processes, it can solve problems of quality, productivity and flexibility that can not be solved with traditional control tools (PLC's or DCS's PID's).

BPM (process management systems), automates format change management tasks, controlling all processes step by step and even performing them in a completely automatic way, and obtaining a total traceability and following all the regulations for its later inspection, together with the monitoring by means of software SPC (Statistical process Control), which detects the deviations of quality that the production is going to have to regulate the machinery and thus assure the ranges of most suitable quality.

These processes are based on techniques of artificial intelligence algorithms, as described below:

  • Diffuse logic

    Reproduces human decision making but more quickly; It allows to distinguish between values that are between the true and the false. It is able to differentiate between "cold, warm and hot" by using mathematical models and therefore, very useful when making machines that are capable of assimilating difficult to define information.

  • Probabilistic Reasoning

    Expresses the conditional probability that certain events occur, taking into account probabilistic relationships between events that have previously occurred.

    For example, if we have the right amount of historical data examples, we can know the possibility of having the flu if you have a headache. Is tremendous to have, such a close link to, the probability of casual aspects given the observed effect.

  • Artificial neural networks

    They are a paradigm of machine learning inspired by the way in which the biological nervous system works, in which millions of neurons work together through interconnections and produce outputs to received stimuli. They are characterized by properties, such as, the ability to learn from examples.

    They are able to abstract essential characteristics from entries that present irrelevant information, learn from experience and generalize previous cases to new cases. They are therefore especially suitable for applications where no identifiable mathematical model can be programmed.


The solution resulted in a 47.75% increase in Gross margin.

On the other hand, there was a substantial reduction in manufacturing errors of 69.76% and as a consequence of this, the reduction in costs in spare parts and customer service was reduced by 75.54%

Thanks to the appropriate recommendations of MYVA and its associates, we have outsold our competitors and today we are in the first place of preference, in addition to having international recognition, for the excellent quality of our cars¨. Said Mister Yoshido, Head of Latham Global services.

The manufacturing industry opens new business opportunities and partnerships previously unimagined for companies in the sector. Mexico can take advantage of this trend to advance the adoption of digital operations.

The Industrial Revolution of the 21st century refers to the digitalization and integration of processes throughout the organization, the products and services it offers and the development of disruptive business models. According to the global report 2018 of Price waterhouse Cooper, digitization and intelligent automation in the manufacturing industry will contribute 14% of world GDP by 2030, equivalent to 15 billion dollars.

19% of the companies in the automotive sector are digital leaders, and 14% of the electronics industry are also in this category, since they push the transformation through four ecosystems:

  • Ecosystem of customer solutions

    Products and distinctive services that can offer customers or consumers through the customization of their offers, improved logistics and creative models for income generation.

  • Operations ecosystem

    Enables solutions and efficiencies of the company's value chain; it covers the physical activities and flows that support the ecosystem of customer solutions.

  • Ecosystem of technology

    It drives the architecture and interfaces of digital technologies. Includes fundamental technologies for the industry, such as artificial intelligence, 3D printing, internet of things, among others.

  • Ecosystem of people

    It implies the domain of the competence and organizational culture. Defines the profile of the people required in the Industry, who in turn, will define how emerging technologies are used.


Client profile

The client, a Japanese car manufacturer, which over the 60 years of presence in Mexico, has integrated a history of leadership, innovation and emotion. In 1952, he began commercial operations in the country and five years later, in 1957, he opened the first manufacturing plant built outside of Japan, in the town a few hours from Mexico city.

Since then, it has implemented various activities and strategies, under the Green Program, to reduce CO2 emissions and polluting waste, promote the reuse of materials and adopt renewable energy sources, so that it is fully complied with the purpose of the company to create a symbiosis of people, vehicles and nature for the good of the planet and future generations.


Business needs

Our client was experiencing some recurring problems within their manufacturing process, which has impacted in their gross sales and their market share was slowing down. The most serious problems to solve are mentioned below:

  1. Check Engine: The warning light is lit on the dashboard, for no apparent reason.
  2. Wiring the airbags: Makes the airbags do not activate in the event of a crash.
  3. Ignition System: It does not work correctly and makes the units emit more CO2 than normal.
  4. Failures in electrical systems: Problems with the fuse boxes, which cause faults on the internal and external lights of the car.


APC (advanced process control systems) is a process control method that uses mathematical models of the behavior of a process to predict and control its variation. This system drives the process to its optimum operating point (maximum performance with minimum energy consumption). In these complex processes, it can solve problems of quality, productivity and flexibility that can not be solved with traditional control tools (PLC's or DCS's PID's).

BPM (process management systems), automates format change management tasks, controlling all processes step by step and even performing them in a completely automatic way, and obtaining a total traceability and following all the regulations for its later inspection, together with the monitoring by means of software SPC (Statistical process Control), which detects the deviations of quality that the production is going to have to regulate the machinery and thus assure the ranges of most suitable quality.

These processes are based on techniques of artificial intelligence algorithms, as described below:

  • Diffuse logic

    Reproduces human decision making but more quickly; It allows to distinguish between values that are between the true and the false. It is able to differentiate between "cold, warm and hot" by using mathematical models and therefore, very useful when making machines that are capable of assimilating difficult to define information.

  • Probabilistic Reasoning

    Expresses the conditional probability that certain events occur, taking into account probabilistic relationships between events that have previously occurred.

    For example, if we have the right amount of historical data examples, we can know the possibility of having the flu if you have a headache. Is tremendous to have, such a close link to, the probability of casual aspects given the observed effect.

  • Artificial neural networks

    They are a paradigm of machine learning inspired by the way in which the biological nervous system works, in which millions of neurons work together through interconnections and produce outputs to received stimuli. They are characterized by properties, such as, the ability to learn from examples.

    They are able to abstract essential characteristics from entries that present irrelevant information, learn from experience and generalize previous cases to new cases. They are therefore especially suitable for applications where no identifiable mathematical model can be programmed.


The solution resulted in a 47.75% increase in Gross margin, as well as, an increase in the student population by 23.98%, most of them applied to virtual programs.

On the other hand, there was a substantial reduction in manufacturing errors of 69.76% and as a consequence of this, the reduction in costs in spare parts and customer service was reduced by 75.54%

Thanks to the appropriate recommendations of MYVA and its associates, we have outsold our competitors and today we are in the first place of preference, in addition to having international recognition, for the excellent quality of our cars¨. Said Mister Yoshido, Head of Latham Global services.

The entertainment and media industry is undergoing radical transformations. The companies of the sector were accustomed to competing through content and distribution, mainly because that were under their control. To this has been added a third ingredient, which sometimes comes out of the hands of these companies: the user experience, which is reflected in high demand on the programmatic content of applications in video games, music, movies, series, advertising. this factor is driving the sector to redefine its strategies with a medium-term vision.

To comply with user expectations, the prime challenge in managing digital media storage is the same as in managing storage of any kind: to make assets safe and accessible. To achieve cost-effectiveness, typical media storage infrastructure divides assets into four tiers:

  • Online, the most expensive, comprises video servers and editing systems.
  • Near-line, comprises networks and disk storage arrays.
  • Archive, comprises data or optical tape libraries.
  • Offline, is usually tapes located on physical shelves.

Managing large stores of digital media, however, presents unique challenges and can be problematic. Digitized media files are both large in size and immensely valuable, as they often are the result of collaboration among hundreds of people over extended time periods. Forcing trade-offs between content quality and storage costs will only harm downstream monetization and reuse opportunities.

Another intrinsic problem for digital video is that it originates in dedicated editing and production systems and typically must move among other dedicated systems as it is manipulated and eventually transmitted.


Client profile

The client, is one of the two largest Media producers of content the Spanish language in the world. Operates three media networks with international coverage : the first one , which is women-oriented; The second one, which focuses on young audiences with medium and high incomes; the third one, is the 24-hour international broadcast television channel, which offers the public news programs and sports programs.

The company owns first division teams of the Football Federation, and operates Internet portals that offer various successful contents


Business needs

The customer thought that digital media does not require any special consideration, that data is just data, and that storing video safely and effectively is as simple as choosing a data storage technology alone. For companies that think this way, hierarchical storage management (HSM) is a common choice. HSM systems grew up in the IT world and were designed to move files between near-line spinning disks and archive data tapes, but unfortunately, they were facing the following issues:

  • Lack of interface to used media systems

    The solution must interface seamlessly, with the most widely used production, editing, and playout systems from companies such as Apple and Avid. It simplifies file transfers and streamlines workflow as a whole, supporting speed and efficiency.

  • Lack of Time-code-based partial file restorely

    The solution retrieves only the desired segment of a media clip, rather than a whole program. It speeds retrieval for the given clip and conserves overall system bandwidth.

  • In-path transcoding

    Most media enterprises rely on multiple systems for editing, broadcast, and other purposes. Their current solution did not improve transfer times and efficiency.

  • Lack of Proxy-based browsing

    The solution ingests content in industry-standard high-resolution formats and automatically creates lower-resolution proxies for desktop browsing of stored content or Web-based consumption.



The MYVA solution comprehensively covers the migrate, manage, and market aspects of modern digital, file- based workflows. Used by the largest global media brands, these solutions are innovative and lead the industry in content storage and management,
Relying on a combination of disk storage and data tape libraries, the archive system effectuates a central content repository that supports multiple essence formats and resolutions, as well as interoperability among systems. And because it is modular, can be easily scaled and upgraded.

The solution offers distributed architecture with incrementally scalable bandwidth and these other key features:

  • Inherent N+1 redundancy
  • Time-code-based partial file restore
  • In-path transcoding
  • In-path quality analysis
  • Ensured preservation via automated background migration
  • Interface with Avid Unity for both dynamically extensible transfer (DET) and data handling module (DHM) workflows
  • Integrations with Apple Final Cut Pro and Final Cut Server
  • Application layer SNMP support with remote monitoring and management
  • True 24/7/365 support
  • Integrated online video publishing

Improvements in Fast file retrieval 76%
Stub files clutter the storage system and also add an extra step into the retrieval process, slowing it down. MYVA´s solution does not require stubs for locating files to be retrieved.

Enhancement in Resilient independent of data files 110%
The solution operates on a server independent of the data files it manages, thus making them more resilient while safeguarding against the risk of catastrophic failure.

Improvements In-path subjective video quality analysis 89%
The solution performs automatic video quality check of managed assets, flagging issues for further analysis.

Enhancement Automatic file collation
The solution manages separate files as a singular collection or object and manages all operations on the collection.

Incremental scalability
The solution grows incrementally over time and is not monolithic. It does not demand major upgrades in order to accommodate expansion.

¨Thanks to MYVA´s platform , our company now manages more than 78 petabytes of invaluable media content. (To put that number in perspective, if all the content was in HD, it would take more than 1,000 years to watch it all back to back.) Their Solution has proven to be flexible, scalable, reliable, and media-centric—the only system of its kind capable of moving digital files reliably, seamlessly, and transparently wherever they are needed¨. Said, Mister Sanchez, Company CIO.

The entertainment and media industry are undergoing radical transformations. The companies of the sector were accustomed to compete through content and distribution, mainly because that were under their control. To this has been added a third ingredient, which sometimes comes out of the hands of these companies: the user experience, which is reflected in high demand on programmatic content of applications in video games, music, movies, series, advertising. this factor is driving the sector to redefine its strategies with a medium-term vision.

To comply with user expectations, the prime challenge in managing digital media storage is the same as in managing storage of any kind: to make assets safe and accessible. To achieve cost-effectiveness, typical media storage infrastructure divides assets into four tiers:

  • Online, the most expensive, comprises video servers and editing systems.
  • Near-line, comprises networks and disk storage arrays.
  • Archive, comprises data or optical tape libraries.
  • Offline, is usually tapes located on physical shelves.

Managing large stores of digital media, however, presents unique challenges and can be problematic. Digitized media files are both large in size and immensely valuable, as they often are the result of collaboration among hundreds of people over extended time periods. Forcing trade-offs between content quality and storage costs will only harm downstream monetization and reuse opportunities.

Another intrinsic problem for digital video is that it originates in dedicated editing and production systems and typically must move among other dedicated systems as it is manipulated and eventually transmitted.


Client profile

The client, is one of the two largest Media producers of content in Spanish language in the world. Operates three media networks with international coverage : the first one , which is women-oriented; The second one, which focuses on young audiences with medium and high incomes; the third one, is the 24-hour international broadcast television channel, which offers the public news programs and sports programs.

The company owns first division teams of the Football Federation, and operates Internet portals that offer various successful contents


Business needs

The customer thought that digital media does not require any special consideration, that data is just data, and that storing video safely and effectively is as simple as choosing a data storage technology alone. For companies that think this way, hierarchical storage management (HSM) is a common choice. HSM systems grew up in the IT world and were designed to move files between near-line spinning disks and archive data tapes, but unfortunately, they were facing the following issues:

  • Lack of interface to used media systems

    The solution must to interface seamlessly, with the most widely used production, editing, and playout systems from companies such as Apple and Avid. It simplifies file transfers and streamlines workflow as a whole, supporting speed and efficiency.

  • Lack of Time-code-based partial file restorely

    The solution retrieves only the desired segment of a media clip, rather than a whole program. It speeds retrieval for the given clip and conserves overall system bandwidth.

  • In-path transcoding

    Most media enterprises rely on multiple systems for editing, broadcast, and other purposes. Their current solution did not improve transfer times and efficiency.

  • Lack of Proxy-based browsing

    The solution ingests content in industry-standard high-resolution formats and automatically creates lower-resolution proxies for desktop browsing of stored content or Web-based consumption.



The MYVA solution comprehensively covers the migrate, manage, and market aspects of modern digital, file- based workflows. Used by the largest global media brands, these solutions are innovative and lead the industry in content storage and management,
Relying on a combination of disk storage and data tape libraries, the archive system effectuates a central content repository that supports multiple essence formats and resolutions, as well as interoperability among systems. And because it is modular, can be easily scaled and upgraded.

The solution offers distributed architecture with incrementally scalable bandwidth and these other key features:

  • Inherent N+1 redundancy
  • Time-code-based partial file restore
  • In-path transcoding
  • In-path quality analysis
  • Ensured preservation via automated background migration
  • Interface with Avid Unity for both dynamically extensible transfer (DET) and data handling module (DHM) workflows
  • Integrations with Apple Final Cut Pro and Final Cut Server
  • Application layer SNMP support with remote monitoring and management
  • True 24/7/365 support
  • Integrated online video publishing

Improvements in Fast file retrieval 76%
Stub files clutter the storage system and also add an extra step into the retrieval process, slowing it down. MYVA´s solution does not require stubs for locating files to be retrieved.

Enhancement in Resilient independent of data files 110%
The solution operates on a server independent of the data files it manages, thus making them more resilient while safeguarding against the risk of catastrophic failure.

Improvements In-path subjective video quality analysis 89%
The solution performs automatic video quality check of managed assets, flagging issues for further analysis.

Enhancement Automatic file collation
The solution manages separate files as a singular collection or object and manages all operations on the collection.

Incremental scalability
The solution grows incrementally over time and is not monolithic. It does not demand major upgrades in order to accommodate expansion.

¨Thanks to MYVA´s platform , our company now manages more than 78 petabytes of invaluable media content. (To put that number in perspective, if all the content was in HD, it would take more than 1,000 years to watch it all back to back.) Their Solution has proven to be flexible, scalable, reliable, and media-centric—the only system of its kind capable of moving digital files reliably, seamlessly, and transparently wherever they are needed¨. Said, Mister Sanchez, Company CIO.

The retail sector in Mexico is emerging, one of its greatest challenges in the future is the transition to electronic commerce or e-Commerce. To achieve this goal, Mexican companies must have an appropriate technological platform, using secure payment methods, logistical challenges and, above all, how to attract customers to the digital platform.

Nowadays, many companies are betting on a new distribution channel to expand their penetration in the market, 59% of online Mexican buyers between 18 and 54 years old use a smartphone to make purchases online, according to the study of Electronic Commerce in Mexico 2018 of the Internet Association.

In this way, during 2018 national sales through this channel reached 490 thousand 390 million dollars, while for 2023it is expected to increase to 817 thousand 170 million, according to Deloitte's Global Powers of Retailing 2018 study.


Client profile

Luxury and elegance come to life in 1851, when our client, with French nationality, decided to establish the first and most modern department store in the famous Historic Center of Mexico City.

With Art Deco and Nouveau structure, a wonderful design inspired by the most beautiful and important stores in Paris, New York, London and Chicago, the first of 200 stores, that exist today in Latin America is installed.

Its success was immediate and it was reflected in in the exponential increase in its sales, since the department stores count on versatile sections like a section of High Couture, Jewelry, foods, and household product.


Business need

Our Client was aware of today’s consumers are becoming more demanding as they shop multiple retailers and expect a unique shopping experience in their channel of choice. 

  • given this background, the client hires MYVA and its partners to make some improvements in the following processes
    1. Balancing between the cost of inventory and the cost of out-of-stock, the end user´s complains because some goods run out very quickly.
    2. Warehouse operation
    3. Sales audits to avoid frauds
    4. To leverage forecasted demand across all commerce channels to guide
      a constrained, time-phased inventory ordering, allocation, replenishment, and delivery plan to all levels of the distribution network.


MYVA ´s Retail Advanced Inventory Planning service, creates optimized inventory targets by item by location to meet demand and satisfy business and financial objectives. It considers realities and constraints such as inventory availability, pack sizes, distribution capacity, and store space to flow merchandise through the supply chain. This solution Uses proven retail science replenishment algorithms, based on sound scientific principles. Connects demand and constraint implications across the entire supply chain, Constraint-based optimization algorithm maximizes profitability and service level objectives within supply chain constraints related to products, vendors, orders, inventory, freight, labor and space.

Consists of 3 principal Modules

  • MODULE ONE-ADVANCE CLUSTERING CLOUD SERVICE

    Cluster scenario comparison; enabling users to visually assess differences between the respective cluster details

    This comprises of the creation of simple, nested and/or mixed attribute clusters using multiple methods which support discrete / non-discrete attributes:

    • Performance based clusters (Sales Revenue, Sales Units, Gross Profit %, etc.)
    • Product attribute-based clusters (Brand, Color Family, Price Band, etc.)
    • Location attribute-based clusters (Store Size, Climate, Population Size, etc.)
    • Consumer pro le based clusters (Customer Demographics, Category Purchase behavior, Customer Purchase Behavior, etc.)
    • Combination of one or more of above
      The clustering process focuses around a very quick and intuitive 3-step process to create, review, and approve store clusters for downstream solution use. this includes:
    • Assisting retailers to determine what categories or merchandise classifications benefit most from clustering, what level of customer data, product or location hierarchy to cluster at as well as what attributes should be leveraged
    • Review key details related to the available cluster recommendations; assessing areas such as cluster composition, performance, attributes as well as store level scores (in relation to total cluster)
    • Cluster scenario comparison; enabling users to visually assess differences between the respective cluster details
  • MODULE TWO-SALES AUDIT

    Automatic validation for duplicate or missing transactions

    • A modern user interface with dashboard insights, in-context launch, and embedded Business Intelligence throughout the process.
    • Retailer-defined rules to highlight suspicious transactions
    • Exception-based auditing at selling location and/or Head Quarters
    • Support for tracking financial liabilities of customer orders
    • Manages customer order liabilities
  • MODULE THREE-RETAIL ADVANCE INVENTORY PLANNING
    • Plans future inventory levels and optimally allocates stock to locations most likely to sell it.
    • Generates actionable purchase orders and transfers for the current day and gives visibility to future planned purchase orders and transfers.
    • Calculates product / store level inventory need for perishable products, balancing waste and availability based on the item’s product life and acceptable loss due to waste.
    • Systematically pre-allocates inventory through intermediate supply chain locations, driving labor eGFI ciency and speed to market of products.

Enhanced customer insights through analytics to drive a notable increase in sales at 46.89%

  • Enabled the creation of customer- centric, targeted clusters IN 7 COUNTRIES
    Decreased inventory IN WAREHOUSE 58%
  • Increased in-stock availability IN 89%
  • Enhanced vendor relationships IN 67%
  • Improved distribution resource utilization IN 200%
    Improved data accuracy IN 68%
  • Reduced potential fraud IN 120%
  • Early detection of problems via retailer-defined audit rules
  • Exported one version of cleansed sales data across the entire organization

"The sales made in our physical store are still the consumer's favorite, because they prefer to feel the product, try it, listen to it and even smell it, that is, they like personalized attention. However, it is necessary that the rest of the companies turn to see e-Commerce as a complement, since in Mexico 50% of purchases made in a physical store were driven by the search on mobile devices, "said René López , commercial director.

The retail sector in Mexico is emerging, one of its greatest challenges in the future is the transition to electronic commerce or e-Commerce. To achieve this goal, Mexican companies must have an appropriate technological platform, using secure payment methods, logistical challenges and, above all, how to attract customers to the digital platform.

Nowadays, many companies are betting on a new distribution channel to expand their penetration in the market, 59% of online Mexican buyers between 18 and 54 years old use a smartphone to make purchases online, according to the study of Electronic Commerce in Mexico 2018 of the Internet Association.

In this way, during 2018 national sales through this channel reached 490 thousand 390 million dollars, while for 2023it is expected to increase to 817 thousand 170 million, according to Deloitte's Global Powers of Retailing 2018 study.


Client profile

establish the first and most modern department store in the famous Historic Center of Mexico City.

With Art Deco and Nouveau structure, a wonderful design inspired by the most beautiful and important stores in Paris, New York, London and Chicago, the first of 200 stores, that exist today in Latin America is installed.

Its success was immediate and it was reflected in the exponential increase of its sales, since the department stores count on versatile sections like, section of High Couture, Jewelry, foods, and household product.


Business need

Our Client was aware of today’s consumers are becoming more demanding as they shop multiple retailers and expect a unique shopping experience in their channel of choice. 

  • given this background, the client hires MYVA and its partners to make some improvements in the following processes
    1. Balancing between the cost of inventory and the cost of out-of-stock, the end user´s complains because some goods run out very quickly.
    2. Warehouse operation
    3. Sales audits to avoid frauds
    4. To leverage forecasted demand across all commerce channels to guide
      a constrained, time-phased inventory ordering, allocation, replenishment, and delivery plan to all levels of the distribution network.


MYVA ´s Retail Advanced Inventory Planning service, creates optimized inventory targets by item by location to meet demand and satisfy business and financial objectives. It considers realities and constraints such as inventory availability, pack sizes, distribution capacity, and store space to flow merchandise through the supply chain. This solution Uses proven retail science replenishment algorithms, based on sound scientific principles. Connects demand and constraint implications across the entire supply chain, Constraint-based optimization algorithm maximizes profitability and service level objectives within supply chain constraints related to products, vendors, orders, inventory, freight, labor and space.

Consists of 3 principal Modules

  • MODULE ONE-ADVANCE CLUSTERING CLOUD SERVICE

    This comprises of the creation of simple, nested and/or mixed attribute clusters using multiple methods which support discrete / non-discrete attributes:

    • Performance based clusters (Sales Revenue, Sales Units, Gross Profit %, etc.)
    • Product attribute-based clusters (Brand, Color Family, Price Band, etc.)
    • Location attribute-based clusters (Store Size, Climate, Population Size, etc.)
    • Consumer pro le based clusters (Customer Demographics, Category Purchase behavior, Customer Purchase Behavior, etc.)
    • Combination of one or more of above
      The clustering process focuses around a very quick and intuitive 3-step process to create, review, and approve store clusters for downstream solution use. this includes:
    • Assisting retailers to determine what categories or merchandise classifications benefit most from clustering, what level of customer data, product or location hierarchy to cluster at as well as what attributes should be leveraged
    • Review key details related to the available cluster recommendations; assessing areas such as cluster composition, performance, attributes as well as store level scores (in relation to total cluster)
    • Cluster scenario comparison; enabling users to visually assess differences between the respective cluster details
  • MODULE TWO-SALES AUDIT

    Automatic validation for duplicate or missing transactions

    • A modern user interface with dashboard insights, in-context launch, and embedded Business Intelligence throughout the process.
    • Retailer-defined rules to highlight suspicious transactions
    • Exception-based auditing at selling location and/or Head Quarters
    • Support for tracking financial liabilities of customer orders
    • Manages customer order liabilities
  • MODULE THREE-RETAIL ADVANCE INVENTORY PLANNING
    • Plans future inventory levels and optimally allocates stock to locations most likely to sell it.
    • Generates actionable purchase orders and transfers for the current day and gives visibility to future planned purchase orders and transfers.
    • Calculates product / store level inventory need for perishable products, balancing waste and availability based on the item’s product life and acceptable loss due to waste.
    • Systematically pre-allocates inventory through intermediate supply chain locations, driving labor eGFI ciency and speed to market of products.

Enhanced customer insights through analytics to drive a notable increase in sales at 46.89%

  • Enabled the creation of customer- centric, targeted clusters IN 7 COUNTRIES
    Decreased inventory IN WAREHOUSE 58%
  • Increased in-stock availability IN 89%
  • Enhanced vendor relationships IN 67%
  • Improved distribution resource utilization IN 200%
    Improved data accuracy IN 68%
  • Reduced potential fraud IN 120%
  • Early detection of problems via retailer-defined audit rules
  • Exported one version of cleansed sales data across the entire organization

"The sales made in our physical store are still the consumer's favorite, because they prefer to feel the product, try it, listen to it and even smell it, that is, they like personalized attention. However, it is necessary that the rest of the companies turn to see e-Commerce as a complement, since in Mexico 50% of purchases made in a physical store were driven by the search on mobile devices, "said René López , commercial director.

A Mexican operator of fixed telephony and IT services, which ranks third in the market share since it has 20 million subscribers and 63,000 km of FTTX backbone network, acquired a land to build a new Data Center, a project with which he would launch new services in the cloud for residential and corporate business.


Client profile

Our client bought another operator, as a result of this merger, the need to renew their service portfolio arose, which implied the expansion of his current infrastructure. The Customer has contacted MYVA and its associates to carry out this project. basically, they were looking for a consulting company will lead them with the Data center´s civil engineering and facilities design, technology supply and project planning, in other words, a turnkey service.


Business Need

The client wanted to build a Data Center that would enclose the core of its network infrastructure, which would allow them to guarantee services of international level. The main objective was to provide Colocation and Hosting services, virtual servers, Big Data storage, ERP, VDI, Open Stack computing resources and the latest in security.

Likewise, all infrastructure of the Data Center should be monitored 365 days a year, including the Energy, Cooling and Security Systems to make agile and precise decisions and, therefore, implement corrective actions before the infrastructure was affected.

On the other hand, due to the international character the client wanted to give to its business, it became mandatory to certify the 1600 meters of white area, under the standards of UPTIME and LEED.



A prime concern of our customer was complying 100% with international standards, likewise, adjusting to the budget approved by the board and to meet the expected term of the return on investment expected by that time. The solution proposed by MYVA, to those predicaments, was to separate the project into 4 phases, as will be listed below:

  • Phase 1-Business Case preparation

    A deliverable of this phase was a formal report to the board in which, MYVA and its partners supported the client to define an accurate amount of investment, An aggressive go to market campaign as well as, the project plan.

  • Phase 2-Data Center Design and Design certification

    The main deliverable of this stage was the design of the Data Center, within important variables were defined as follow: Data Center location (Queretaro was the chosen city), the TIER to be used (it was defined Tier 3 ,as required by the final users), the distribution of the rooms within the white area (MYVA suggested to be modular rooms), the energy efficiency factor PUE (as required by international standards, a PUE of 1.3 was defined), the technologies to be implemented in the different subsystems (Cogeneration for the energy part, Biometrics with facial recognition, CCTV and alarm systems, intelligent lighting, internal communication network, among others).

  • Phase 3-Project Roll Out

    During a period of 8 months, the following activities were carried out: Civil works with their respective construction permits (1600 square meters in total), architecture and interior design of the building, installation of all subsystems, testing and commissioning.

  • Phase 4-Post Sales Services

    For the purpose of maintaining a long-term relationship with the client, MYVA and its partners have been supporting customer with some services like as: customer service, spare parts management, Disaster recovery plan and business continuity.


The project started in November 2012 and the Data Center opened to the public in December 2013. The client recovered the investment in 9 months, against their initial forecast of 14 months. A reduction of indirect costs of 27.65% was obtained, thanks to the solutions installed as Free cooling, Cogeneration, solar panels, which allowed the client to reduce their energy consumption by 46.54%.

During the opening speech of the data center, the CEO mentioned to the media: ¨ With this project, the market share of our company has increased by 23.44%, with 37% of occupation in our data center, thanks to the great effort made by MYVA and its partners¨

A Mexican operator of fixed telephony and IT services, which ranks third in the market share since it has 20 million subscribers and 63,000 km of FTTX backbone network, acquired a land to build a new Data Center, a project with which he would launch new services in the cloud for residential and corporate business.


Client profile

Our client bought another operator, as a result of this merger, the need to renew their service portfolio arose, which implied the expansion of his current infrastructure. The Customer has contacted MYVA and its associates to carry out this project. basically, they were looking for a consulting company will lead them with the Data center´s civil engineering and facilities design, technology supply and project planning, in other words, a turnkey service.


Business Need

The client wanted to build a Data Center that would enclose the core of its network infrastructure, which would allow them to guarantee services of international level. The main objective was to provide Colocation and Hosting services, virtual servers, Big Data storage, ERP, VDI, Open Stack computing resources and the latest in security.

Likewise, all infrastructure of the Data Center should be monitored 365 days a year, including the Energy, Cooling and Security Systems to make agile and precise decisions and, therefore, implement corrective actions before the infrastructure was affected.

On the other hand, due to the international character the client wanted to give to its business, it became mandatory to certify the 1600 meters of white area, under the standards of UPTIME and LEED.



A prime concern of our customer was complying 100% with international standards, likewise, adjusting to the budget approved by the board and to meet the expected term of the return on investment expected by that time. The solution proposed by MYVA, to those predicaments, was to separate the project into 4 phases, as will be listed below:

  • Phase 1-Business Case preparation

    A deliverable of this phase was a formal report to the board in which, MYVA and its partners supported the client to define an accurate amount of investment, An aggressive go to market campaign as well as, the project plan.

  • Phase 2-Data Center Design and Design certification

    The main deliverable of this stage was the design of the Data Center, within important variables were defined as follow: Data Center location (Queretaro was the chosen city), the TIER to be used (it was defined Tier 3 ,as required by the final users), the distribution of the rooms within the white area (MYVA suggested to be modular rooms), the energy efficiency factor PUE (as required by international standards, a PUE of 1.3 was defined), the technologies to be implemented in the different subsystems (Cogeneration for the energy part, Biometrics with facial recognition, CCTV and alarm systems, intelligent lighting, internal communication network, among others).

  • Phase 3-Project Roll Out

    During a period of 8 months, the following activities were carried out: Civil works with their respective construction permits (1600 square meters in total), architecture and interior design of the building, installation of all subsystems, testing and commissioning.

  • Phase 4-Post Sales Services

    For the purpose of maintaining a long-term relationship with the client, MYVA and its partners have been supporting customer with some services like as: customer service, spare parts management, Disaster recovery plan and business continuity.


The project started in November 2012 and the Data Center opened to the public in December 2013. The client recovered the investment in 9 months, against their initial forecast of 14 months. A reduction of indirect costs of 27.65% was obtained, thanks to the solutions installed as Free cooling, Cogeneration, solar panels, which allowed the client to reduce their energy consumption by 46.54%.

During the opening speech of the data center, the CEO mentioned to the media: ¨ With this project, the market share of our company has increased by 23.44%, with 37% of occupation in our data center, thanks to the great effort made by MYVA and its partners¨