SP3 - São Paulo IBX Data Centre
Equinix Metro Connect™ will connect SP3 with another local Equinix data centre, SP2, utilising dark fibre between the sites offering direct access to more than 1,150 networks.
SP2 - São Paulo IBX Data Centre
São Paulo SP2 colocation and data centre connects customers to the world's most networked data centres. SP2 offers a broad range of network services.
SP1 - São Paulo IBX Data Centre
São Paulo SP1 colocation and data centre connects customers to the world's most networked data centres. SP1 offers a broad range of network services.
Equinix São Paulo is expanding with the opening of SP3 in Q1 2017. Learn more ›
Equinix helps companies accelerate business performance by connecting them to their customers and partners inside the world’s most networked data centres. Our São Paulo data centres are some of Brazil’s leading carrier-neutral data centre providers. Our São Paulo customers can choose from a broad range of network service providers while interconnecting directly to customers and partners in their digital supply chains.
Our São Paulo data centres offer the premium colocation facilities, service level guarantees and industry expertise you expect from Platform Equinix™. They also offer:
Doutor Miguel Couto Street, 58 – DowntownPhone: +(11).3524.4300
São Paulo, SP CEP: 01.008-010
Araguaia Avenue, 3641 – Tamboré Business CenterPhone: +(21).3083.3333
Barueri, SP CEP: 06.455-000
Marcos Penteado de Ulhôa Rodrigues Avenue, 249Phone: +(55)11.3958.2564
Santana deParnaíba, SP CEP: 06543-001
Gartner’s Edge Manifesto calls for placement of content, compute and data center resources on the edge of the network close to the largest concentration of users. This increase of the traditional centralized data center model meets the demands of today’s digital business by ensuring low latency...
Watch the video, take a tour and learn more about SP3, Brazil's newest data centre, which will double Equinix's capacity in the region.
451 Research looks at the business of interconnection and discusses trends that are likely to impact it going forward, including increased data production and the need to push content closer to the edge to ensure data and applications can be accessed by end users anytime and anywhere.