The original founding company, BorderComm, was started in 1986 and based out of El Paso, Texas. It specialized in providing connectivity to the maquiladoras in Juarez, Mexico.
In 1998, when the Mexican government issued concessions to 14 major telecommunications providers, XC Networks' sister company, X.C. Networks S.A. de C.V., became a holder of the twenty year concession with a renewal option. The spectra concessions XC Networks holds are in the 23 GHz and 10.5 GHz spectra bands as well a public concession.
In 2001, BorderCOMM's assets were acquired by a group of investors. With the newly formed BorderCOMM management team in place, a plan to build the company into a world class niche communications service provider was developed.
In 2004, the company acquired the assets of Sersa Geocomm, a company based out of El Paso, Texas. The healthy mix of enterprise and carrier clients boosted XC Networks' presence in the market.
In 2005, the company successfully acquired the spectrum concessions of Protel S.A. de C.V. This allowed XC Networks to rapidly deploy services in underdeveloped markets.
In 2006, the company expanded operations in the United States by acquiring the profitable assets of Corban Communications in Dallas, Texas. By acquiring these assets, XC Networks was able to expand the company footprint in the North American market.
In 2008, XC Networks divested a significant portion of Northern assets allowing them to once again focus on the profitable Southern assets.
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