2020: BTS becomes a member of GSC Group, to work together with other actors of the Wholesale sector in matters of establishing and developing best practices for the benefit of the operator community.
2019: BTS joins the GLF’s Communications Blockchain Network, an initiative launched by ITW Global Leaders’ Forum to support the development of a blockchain-based platform.
2018 - BTS and SoftBank sign a Joint Venture Agreement to launch (S and BTS Global Corp):
The new company combine the complementary strengths of its parent corporations in telecommunications, e-commerce, internet, and technology services, to revolutionize the next wave of innovation in the international telecom industry.
2016 - BTS opens a new office in Dubai:
BTS opens a new office in Dubai to develop our business relationships in the Middle East.
2015 - BTS opens a POP and Office in Singapore:
BTS opens a new office in Singapore to develop our business relationships in Asia.
2014 - BTS becomes a member of GW Tracker:
BTS becomes a member of the GW Tracker which represents the telecom sector´s leading organization for identifying the key industry trends for volume, price, margin, and network quality performance.
BTS moves into the center of Zaragoza as its European Headquarters.
2013 - BTS joins the GBET Association:
BTS joins the GBET Association which represents the industry´s advancement, in faciliting the electronic signature of contracts and documentations. BTS developes and introduces its own open source SoftSwitch platform at its Miami nodes.
2012 - BTS becomes a member of the i3 Forum which:
BTS becomes a member of the i3 Forum which represents the telecom sector´s leading organization for the evolution of new services.
2011 - BTS is included in the "Top 100":
BTS is included in the "Top 100 Small Businesses in South Florida", which recognizes the top companies in South Florida that have less than 100 employees.
2010 - BTS opens their own building:
BTS opens their own building in the Walqa Technologic Park, where its Network Operation Center, and RND department are located.
2009 - BTS moves its communications node in Madrid:
BTS moves its communications node in Madrid to the Interxion Data Center, improving the Quality of Service for their softswitch platform.
2008 - The adquisition of Latinode is completed:
The adquisition of Latinode is completed with the objective of consolidation and growth in the Central American market.
2005 - BTS moves its communications hub in Miami:
BTS moves its communications hub in Miami to NAP of the Americas. Their facilities at NAP of the Americas, is a benchmark for the security of global communications, in response to natural disasters.
2004 - Launch first prepaid card of a PTT of first level in the USA market:
On 20th of July, it starts the distribution to prepaid cards of private-label operators, Tier1 of Latin America in Florida, New York, and Eastern USA markets.
2003 - BTS expandes its NOC:
BTS expandes its NOC capabilities and establishes, a second operation center in the Walqa Technological Park, in Huesca, Spain. With a team over 30 profesional engineers working on next generation technology, BTS solidifies its expansion growth in Europe.
2001 - Signing first strategic agreements in Africa:
Signing of the first agreements of strategic partnerships to explore and operate in Africa. In this year, BTS receives the "Company of the Year" award, from the US-Spain Chamber of Commerce.
1999 - Signing first strategic agreements in Latin America:
Signing of the first agreements, and strategic partnerships, to explore and operate in Latin America.
1996 - Establishes Direct Routes:
BTS begins to establish direct routes for termination of international voice traffic, throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.
1993 - Starting period:
Beginning of the operations of the company in Miami, Florida, with the objective of providing long-distance services.
BTS’s Operations Center (NOC) was created as a result of the company strategy to centralize supervision, complete network management, and operations.
This is in contrast to the previous strategy, which was to the POPs operating locally in each country.
In short, group operations centralization was necessary and should show results by improving and optimizing the operation, and management of the of the network and the group’s voice traffic.
There are currently 3 centers providing 24 x 7 coverage:
Walqa Technological Park (Spain).
Our Operations Centers have a real-time 24 x 7 traffic and activity monitoring system, for all working links in interconnection with the other voice operators worldwide.
Ricardo Olloqui, President & Co-Founder of BTS Group
Rafael Olloqui, CEO & Co-Founder