The Mexican video games market
is worth US$400 million per year,
and it is the fourth largest market
in the world.
Mexican telecommunications is an ever changing and
increasingly profitable market. The recent proliferation
of wireless communications in Mexico has been so
extraordinary that the country is now considered one of the
region's most promising markets for wireless equipment
The telecommunications market in Mexico grew 11.1 per cent
Since 2003 the industry has had an average annual growth of
20.94 per cent according to the Mexican
Federal Commission of Telecommunications.
There is a high demand for mobile data, and the 3G uptake
will continue to grow in the coming years. In 2010
Mobile phone traffic grew 15.1 per cent, while mobile
phone lines grew 9.4 per cent reaching a total of 91.3
millions. On average there are 1.9 mobile phones per
household and 80 per cent of households have at least 1
mobile phone. In the case of the internet, Mexico is the
second country in Latin America in terms of internet users
with 35 million in 2010.
IT equipment for SMEs.
Integration on wireless connectivity solutions for
mobility, VoIP and servers.
Electronic consumption products such as MP3 players, mobile
Wholesalers are promoting the migration to a specialised
model of distribution focused on solutions
like consultancy, outsourcing, technical support that can
contribute to higher profits. ICT
There is an expected growth of file storage equipment, for
example USBs and removable hard drives.
Specific equipment for areas of high growth including
multifunction equipment, digital cameras, handhelds, and
telecom equipment (voice and data).
Training in English for the electronics industry.
Recycling of electronic components.
Contact and Further Information
A report on the Mexican ICT sector as well as more
information about the specific business opportunities can
be obtained by contacting the UKTI team in Tijuana:
British Trade Office Tijuana Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Source - UKTI