Currently we have four datacenters where the entire infrastructure described is installed, in Madrid 1 and 2 (Spain), Miami (USA) and Santiago (Chile):
- Madrid 1 and Madrid 2: Both data centers have a Tier III rating. They give access to more than 600 telecommunications providers, including Tier 1 Internet providers and network content distribution, as well as major European neutral points thereby reducing interconnection costs and ensure network availability.
- Miami offers the best connectivity with Latin America as it is located in the NAP of the Americas in Miami, the hub through which 90% of Internet traffic to and from the continent passes. It has 70,000 m2 of equipped space and is one of the largest data centers in the world. It has a Tier IV rating, the highest for a data center.
- Santiago de Chile: It has 1,200 m2 of technical space and is configured as one main data centers in Chile. Ranked Tier III (design and facility) , records a operation availability of 99.982 %, offers the maximum connectivity across the country.