NetActuate Upgrades Connectivity in Its São Paulo Data Center

NetActuate, operator of one of the world’s largest IPv4 and IPv6 peered networks, has completed a connectivity upgrade in their São Paulo data center. The network upgrade is intended to increase the availability of high bandwidth network services.

Mark Mahle, CEO and Principal Technology Architect of NetActuate
“Demand for network services reaching the LATAM region has been steadily increasing since we first deployed here in 2018, with both new and existing customers requesting services from our São Paulo and Santiago data center locations,” said Mark Mahle, CEO and Principal Technology Architect of NetActuate.

Since deploying their first South American point of presence in 2018, NetActuate has seen a steady increase in demand for bandwidth in the LATAM region from their customers. To meet this need, NetActuate just completed this significant connectivity upgrade in their São Paulo data center.

Many factors, including COVID-19, have contributed to a soaring demand for bandwidth worldwide in the past year, says NetActuate. To ensure the services and platforms that run on NetActuate’s global network and infrastructure continue to deliver low latency and high reliability, they have begun a series of strategic upgrades across their footprint.

“Demand for network services reaching the LATAM region has been steadily increasing since we first deployed here in 2018, with both new and existing customers requesting services from our São Paulo and Santiago data center locations,” said Mark Mahle, CEO and Principal Technology Architect of NetActuate. “These connectivity upgrades will allow us to offer the high bandwidth services our customers are asking for.”

Financial Services Firms, CSPs

A financial hub in Brazil, NetActuate’s São Paulo data center would boast “extremely low latency” connectivity to the Bovespa stock exchange. This facility is also home to more than 1,000 companies, comprising a dense concentration of financial services firms, cloud service providers (CSPs), digital content providers, and social media platforms. According to NetActuate, their São Paulo data center is a perfect location for providers looking to connect with a rich ecosystem of partners, content providers, NSPs and ISPs in Brazil’s largest market.

Boasting multi-factor security, as well as redundant power and cooling, NetActuate’s São Paulo data center is ISO 22301, SOC 1 Type II, SOC 2 Type II, PCI-DSS, and ISO 27100 certified. NetActuate’s NOC and local engineers are available 24/7 to provide remote hands and expert support. Customers can leverage NetActuate’s cross-border expertise in shipping and customs for managed colocation deployments.