Data centre company Ascenty, which has a strong presence in Latin America, has announced the opening of its second facility in Santiago, Chile. This is said to be its largest operation site in the country.
Paratus, described as a full-service network spanning the African continent and connecting customers internationally, has launched Namibia’s largest carrier-neutral data centre.
A newly completed acquisition in the data centre market promises to create the leading colocation and interconnection provider in Africa, according to Digital Realty, a global provider of cloud-and carrier-neutral data centre, colocation and interconnection solutions.
Underlining the dominance of South Africa in general, and Johannesburg in particular, in the African data centre market, US-headquartered Vantage Data Centres, described as a leading global provider of hyperscale data centre campuses, has announced the delivery of the first facility on its Johannesburg campus.
Latin American data centre deals have been in the news recently thanks to a major acquisition in Ecuador and two facility openings in Mexico.