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IT Multinationals Invest In Data Centers In Brazil Despite Recession

The opening of a number of data and innovation centers by multinationals, such as IBM and Microsoft, in Brazil despite the economic recession points to the continued confidence in Brazilian market growth potential.

Despite the slowdown of the Brazilian economy, IT multinational companies are going against the trend and have invested in new data centers and innovation units in Brazil.

Last month, IBM opened the first Softlayer data center dedicated to public cloud services in Brazil, located in Jundiaí, in the state of Sao Paulo. This is the second cloud data center in Brazil and will allow IBM to expand cloud services to Latin America customers, providing faster network connections for the region.

The new data center has capacity for 9,000 total servers and a power rating of 2.8 megawatts. This infrastructure allows us to expand the data center capacity according to demand,” said Cesar Campos, director of cloud services for Latin America at IBM.

IBM already has a cloud data center in Hortolandia, which is located just 100 km from the one in Jundiaí, dedicated to private cloud solutions, which creates synergy between the two operations. With the SoftLayer in Jundiaí,  IBM can offer cloud solutions in private, public and hybrid platforms,” said Campos.

The new data center is part of IBM’s global plan to invest US$1.2 billion in cloud data centers, which was announced in 2014. The company has more than 40 cloud data centers around the world.

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Source: NearshoreAmericas.com
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