Cirion unveils data centre expansion plans for Latin America

Digital infrastructure and technology provider Cirion has announced the expansion of its fibre network and data centre capabilities across Latin America “to better serve the growing demands of our customers and continue to migrate workloads to hybrid cloud solutions”, as the company puts it.

This expansion includes several new data centres across Latin America that will be interconnected with Cirion´s existing data centres, providing customers with increased redundancy and disaster recovery capabilities.

During 2022, Cirion data centre facilities in São Paulo (Brazil), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Quito (Ecuador) (pictured above), Cali (Colombia) and Lima (Peru) had an approximately 12% increase in installed capacity.

In 2023 expansion plans are continuing with the construction of a new data centre facility in the Quilicura region in Santiago (Chile), another in the industrial district of Macropolis in Lurin (Perú) and a new building in Cotia, São Paulo, in addition to the expansion of the installed capacity of the data centre in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).

Together, these new or expanded faciities will add more than 6 MW of capacity in 2023. Cirion data centres are implementing new monitoring infrastructure, control and management services while offering customers additional space for housing servers, networking devices and other computing equipment.

It has also expanded its Latin America fibre network and added peering capacity. In 2023, it will increase its submarine capacity to a total of 132 TB. Moreover, six new nodes have been added to the more than 700 in the company’s network in Latin America to offer more services to more users.

Also in 2023 Cirion says it is launching its new Bare Metal Cloud solution, a service that offers automated computational capacity located close to large commercial centres.

In addition the company is investing in ahigh bandwidth Ethernetarchitecture to deliver updated Ethernet services to more than 14 major Latin American cities, and theexpansion of its secure SD-WAN Managed Service, delivering organizations networks and security in what it describes as a single, high-value-added converging solution.


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