Data Centers in South America

Demand for IT solutions has continued to increase, and the world’s attention has shifted towards South America for new solutions. Over the past two decades both Brazil’s and Chile’s economies have steadily developed, attracting large investments in infrastructure and driving forward into the future. Thanks in part to subsea cables to both the US and Africa, over 70% of the population are internet users, and the demand for connectivity continues to grow.

São Paulo

Sometimes referred to as the ‘Brazilian Silicon Valley,’ São Paulo’s diverse business ecosystem has led the city to become a well-known technology hub. As the largest city in Brazil, the Western Hemisphere, and the Southern Hemisphere, it should come as no surprise that it is also the largest financial and corporate center in South America.

Rio de Janiero

Rio de Janeiro is Brazil’s second largest economy, best known for industries such as oil and gas, pharmaceuticals and telecommunications, the city’s technology has also been in a constant state of growth.


Located in Northeast Brazil, the city acts as the gateway to South America from the Eastern United States and Europe. The city’s role as a key port has driven the city to become an important industrial and commercial center within Brazil.


Santiago is the industrial and financial center of Chile and generates nearly half of the country’s GDP. A modern metropolis, Santiago is home to the regional headquarters of many multinational corporations.

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