Terremark Expands Brazilian Data Center

Terremark, a Verizon company, today announced the latest expansion of its São Paulo, Brazil data center in an attempt to meet continual customer demand for their IT infrastructure solutions in Latin America.

The NAP do Brasil is now capable of housing approximately 100,000 servers making it the one of the largest multi-tenant data centers in the region. The NAP do Brasil was designed and built with multiple redundancies in its various subsystems that maintain the highest international standards for data center reliability.

“Our main focus in expanding our São Paulo data center is to provide local customers with a secure, highly available hosting environment for their mission-critical applications,” said Hugo Zanon, general manager of Verizon’s Brazilian Terremark operations. “The NAP do Brasil offers our multinational customers a globally connected facility they can leverage as they deploy the IT resources needed to tap the growing Brazilian and Latin American markets.”

“Terremark is committed to offering customers leading-edge cloud computing and IT infrastructure solutions that are ideally suited to meet the needs of global companies that are expanding into emerging markets like Brazil,” said Rodolfo Garcia, head of Verizon’s Latin American Terremark operations. “Additionally, we are able to leverage our well-known managed security expertise to provide customers with a uniquely differentiated level of security for our cloud solutions.”

Additionally, the NAP do Brasil was recently accredited with the internationally recognized ISO/IEC 27001:2005 certification, which provides third-party verification that the company’s Brazilian colocation services conform to an information security management standard assisting in protecting the integrity of customers’ critical and sensitive information.

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