- Madrid I y II
- Santiago de Chile
- Redundant environments
- Offices in Spain, Colombia, Chile, Mexico, Panama and Peru
Datacenters Tier III in Madrid and Barcelona that 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.
USA 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's datacenter 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.
A datacenter with ICREA 5 certification (equivalent to TIER 4). It has top level security and high availability (99.99%). Located on the outskirts of Bogotá, it was specifically designed and built following the strictest specifications with regard to earthquakes, fire extinction and physical security, and maintenance can be carried out without stopping the service. It also has its own power plants to prevent any loss of information in the event of an accident or power cut.