Mexican telecom service provider Alestra, a subsidiary of local industrial conglomerate Alfa, focuses on multinational corporations, large and mid-size businesses and institutional customers in Mexico. Through its fiber optic and wireless network it offers internet related and value-added services, as well as long distance telephony services. Value added services include managed IP telephony, IP virtual private networks, managed local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), hosting and application services and managed security services, as well as basic data transport, and internet access and transit. Founded in 1996 and based in Monterrey, the company has three Sperto brand innovation centers, and five datacenters in the country. A datacenter opened in 2014 in Querétaro state is the first one in Latin America to be powered by co-generation through two onsite natural gas-powered plants with a combined capacity of 2.5MW. Alestra expanded its market share in Mexico in 2013 by acquiring G-Tel Comunicación, a leading supplier of voice, data and video services, and IT firm S&C Constructores de Sistemas the following year. In 2014 Alestra also expanded the data transmission capacity of its broadband network to 400Gbps, becoming the first company to do so in Latin America.