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Nearshore Data Centers in a State of ‘Radical Evolution’

Nearshore Data Centers in a State of ‘Radical Evolution’

There are few IT sectors growing as quickly as Latin America’s soon-to-be-worth $3 billion data center market. Last year alone, the rush to provide server space for the region’s burgeoning  IT requirements saw tech giants IBM and Google invest in ...

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Curaçao Selected for Major Data Center Complex

STAFF REPORT CTEX is about to complete the construction of an advanced data center complex in Curaçao, an island in the southern Caribbean Sea, off the Venezuelan coast. The data centers, being built on top of a mountain terrace 60 ...

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In the Latin America Economic Gold Rush, the Search for Server Space Intensifies

In the Latin America Economic Gold Rush, the Search for Server Space Intensifies

By Luke Bujarski Global real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield recently ranked Brazil and Mexico among the ‘riskiest’ countries for building and operating next-generation data centers. Despite the operational obstacles, data collocation and cloud services companies, like Amazon Web Services ...

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Latin America Data Centers: Evolving to Match US Standards

Latin America Data Centers: Evolving to Match US Standards

By Dan Berthiaume Experts agree that hosted data centers in Latin America can offer value to users, but they don’t seem to agree on much else. Three experts discussed the current state and likely future development of Latin American data ...

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