Ramiro Flores, Daniel Trujillo, David Treviño and Hugo Garcia never imagined the impact they would have on the development of Mexico and Latin America.
They were near graduated from the Tecnológico de Monterrey when they had the opportunity to "experiment" with a new technology that until then had little exploration.
The young engineers formed the then computer management team of Monterrey Campus. With the support of the university, they worked hard to achieve the Internet connection for the first time in Mexico (recognized by NSFNet), between this campus and the School of Medicine of the University of Texas . . .