Telefônica Brasil, also regarded as Vivo, has put in R$a hundred twenty five million (US$$38m) upgrading its Tamboré 1 knowledge middle in São Paulo, Brazil.
The facility, at first opened in 2012 for R$400m (US$123m), doubled its knowledge middle footprint from 2,three hundred square meters (24,756 sq ft) to 4,600 square meters (49,514 sq ft), permitting for an more 909 racks. There is also possible for even further enlargement, with place for a 26,000 square meter (279,862 sq ft) improve.
With aid from Huawei
“Today we are agnostic about technology,” Telefónica’s B2B vice president, Alex Salgado, claimed
He told journalists viewing the knowledge middle (via BNamericas): “The sum of consumers however working with their very own knowledge facilities is however significant, but this is transforming and a lot of providers are opting for exterior storage and management of their knowledge and apps.”
Among the its offerings, Telefônica delivers two distinctive cloud options in partnership with Huawei. The first is centered on OpenStack technology and is regarded as Open up Cloud, the other is centered on Huawei’s cloud operating process FusionSphere and is promoted as Cloud Server. Both are accessible from Telefônica’s knowledge facilities in Brazil, Chile and Mexico.
The telecoms company operates four knowledge facilities in Brazil (Tamboré 1, 2 and 3, and Prado Velho), with a combined footprint of 88,766 square meters (955,469 sq ft) and an once-a-year processing ability of 1.six petabytes, in addition 10 petabytes of backup.
Somewhere else in South The united states, Telefônica operates two knowledge facilities in Argentina, two in Chile, yet another two in Peru and one particular in Mexico and in Ecuador. It also has a Latin The united states-focused facility in Miami, United states of america.