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    [EN] SP3 - Equinix anuncia novo data center em Sao Paulo

    SP3 will double the company's capacity in Brazil

    by Yevgeniy Sverdlik
    March 2, 2016

    Equinix unveiled a plan for another phase of global expansion Wednesday. The data center colocation and interconnection giant will launch four new data centers across four continents in the coming months.

    The new facilities in Dallas, São Paulo, Tokyo, and Sydney will add about 200,000 square feet of data center space total, or new capacity for about 4,000 server cabinets. Once the four sites are fully built out, Equinix’s global footprint will reach 14 million square feet of data center space.

    The Redwood City, California-based company remains in aggressive expansion mode, following two major data center provider acquisitions last year – Telecity Group in Europe and Bit-isle in Japan – and the announcement of a big new data center construction project in Northern Virginia.

    The company is courting cloud service providers, both Infrastructure-as-a-Service and Software-as-a-Service, and enterprise data center users that want to use cloud services. Equinix is reeling enterprises into its data centers by offering them access to a variety of cloud providers and the ability to connect to them using direct, private network links, bypassing the public internet.

    Equinix’s latest global expansion, market by market:

    • Tokyo: TY5 will be close to Equinix’s existing TY3 data center near Tokyo’s financial district. Both facilities are aimed at financial services customers.
    • Dallas: One of the hottest data center markets in the US, Dallas-Fort Worth is a key network interconnection hub. Dallas is the heart of the internet in the south of US and an important gateway to Latin and South America. Equinix’s DA7 data center will primarily serve enterprise and telecommunications companies.
    • São Paulo: Equinix’s SP2 data center here is almost full, and the upcoming SP3 facility will almost double its capacity in the market. Brazil is a growing IT outsourcing market, where more and more companies use colocation and cloud services.
    • Sydney: The new SY4 data center in Sydney will be near the city’s central business district and provide access to Southern Cross Cable Head, a submarine cable system that interconnects Australia and other markets in the Asia-Pacific region.


    In a statement, Equinix president and CEO Stephen Smith said global businesses were increasingly relying on interconnection to provide rich user experience everywhere around the world. These trends will only accelerate as more data is stored in edge markets to support the Internet of Things.

    “Our focus on continually expanding our global interconnection platform means that wherever you grow, we’ll be there,” Smith said.

    http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/a...ur-continents/
    Última edição por 5ms; 02-03-2016 às 16:16.

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    PR: Equinix to Launch Four New Data Centers

    Company to invest more than $4.5B in Platform Equinix in 2016 to address changing IT needs of global business


    REDWOOD CITY, Calif., March 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Equinix (NASDAQ: EQIX), the global interconnection and data center company, today announced its 2016 expansion plan. In addition to its acquisition of Telecity, the company will open four new International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) data centers in Tokyo, Dallas, São Paulo and Sydney, to create more capacity for global companies to connect to their partners, customers and employees. Equinix will invest more than $4.5B in acquisitions and organic growth in 2016 which includes the Telecity purchase price. This adds more than 3M square feet of colocation space in 37 data centers, expanding Equinix's global interconnection platform to nearly 150 data centers by the end of the year.

    This expansion builds on the significant global growth Equinix experienced in 2015 in which the company organically grew its footprint with the addition of five new data centers in key economic centers including New York, London, Singapore, Melbourne and Toronto. Since then the company has made two significant acquisitions – Bit-isle in Japan (for $275M) in November 2015 and Telecity Group in EMEA (for $3.8B) which was completed in January 2016. As a result, Equinix has added seven new markets to increase the scale and reach of its data center platform. By providing additional capacity in the coming year, Equinix continues to play a central role in advancing the digital economy's interconnected era, in which businesses are demanding increasing levels of interconnection to accelerate business performance.

    An expanding global interconnection platform

    • In the coming weeks and months Equinix will bring four new data centers online on four continents, adding over 4,000 new cabinets of capacity. These sites will add nearly 200,000 square feet of new data center space at full build. This brings Equinix's total global footprint to 14 million square feet, increasing the scale of Platform Equinix™ by more than 27 percent year-over-year.

      • Tokyo – Equinix's state-of-the-art Tokyo data center, TY5, will be in close proximity to TY3, near Tokyo's financial district. Together, these two IBX data centers will further strengthen Equinix's financial services ecosystem and offer a full range of premium colocation, interconnection and support services to the greater Tokyo area which is the most populous metropolitan area in the world.
      • Dallas – The Dallas-Fort Worth region has long been a major Internet and peering exchange point for the southern U.S., as well as a major communications hub between North and South America. Equinix's DA7 data center will support global enterprises that require high power density, as well as connectivity to leading NSPs and CSPs in this increasingly strategic market.
      • São Paulo – Equinix's new SP3 data center will address increasing demand for colocation in the State of São Paulo, as Equinix's SP2 facility in Tamboré is nearing capacity. SP3 will double the company's capacity in Brazil, as more businesses outsource IT and leverage the cloud.
      • Sydney – The new SY4 data center will enable Equinix's Australian customers to continue to take advantage of IT innovations including hybrid cloud architectures and help Australian customers safeguard their mission-critical data. Additionally, SY4 will be located near the central business district with access to Southern Cross Cable Head, providing extensive network interconnection in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

    • As global data centers continue to drive consumption of the cloud, Equinix data centers in these four markets will provide access to the Equinix Cloud Exchange™. Available in 21 markets globally, Cloud Exchange provides access to private, direct connections to many of the leading cloud service providers including: Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Office 365, Google Cloud Platform, SoftLayer, and Oracle Cloud (availability may vary by market).


    Growth supports ITs move to the edge

    • According to IDC's White Paper entitled "3rd Platform-Enabled Digital Transformation Strategies Require Interconnection-Oriented Architecture1", the research firm notes that in the 3rd Platform era of technology-driven business innovation, enterprises must leverage cloud, mobility, big data/analytics, and social networking to enable new ways of maintaining and extending their own business relevance. To do so, enterprises need to create and deliver business value at a faster and greater scale, uncovering new sources of business revenue growth, driving operational improvements, and engaging customers in a new, more personalized manner. In this 3rd Platform era of digital transformation, mission-critical business processes, applications, and supply chains are moving to the edge.
    • To optimize the experience, IDC recognizes that the interconnected enterprise is one in which the "network edge" has been defined as an architecture that federates highly dispersed and shifting groups of internal and external users (employees, customers, partners, and suppliers) to dispersed (and multi-sourced) IT systems, applications, and data stores to run business processes, deliver content and business information (systems of record, engagement, insight, and action), and improve customer engagement, employee productivity, and overall business efficiency.
    • Equinix has observed a critical business requirement driving demand for interconnection capacity – the need to interconnect people, locations, clouds and data. Interconnection is essential to deliver a rich, ubiquitous user experience with the agility and actionable insight to enable new business models and enhanced productivity.
    • To address these business needs companies will need to forge business advantage by collaborating in communities with other enterprises via secure, reliable and instant connections. In anticipation, global enterprises such as Alibaba.com, Wal-Mart, Netflix, and PayPal, are building out their IT infrastructures for maximum connectivity and global scale leveraging Equinix's data centers which now scale to 40 markets throughout the world. With more than 170,000 interconnections already established among its customers, Equinix offers the world's leading global interconnection platform – Platform Equinix.


    Quotes

    • Melanie Posey, technology market research analyst, IDC:
      "Digital transformation requires 3rd Platform IT and interconnection-oriented architectures. Equinix, the global leader in enabling the interconnected enterprise with 145 datacenters in 40 metropolitan business/financial centers worldwide, offers the type of platform underpinning the flexible environments for innovation, integration, co-development, aggregation, and distribution needed to best leverage 3rd Platform technologies and succeed in the digital economy."
    • Steve Smith, president and CEO, Equinix:
      "Global businesses are increasingly realizing that interconnection is essential to deliver a rich, ubiquitous user experience, with the agility and actionable insight to enable new business models and enhanced productivity. This will be even more apparent as businesses locate their data closer to the edge to support the Internet of Things. Our focus on continually expanding our global interconnection platform means that wherever you grow, we'll be there."
    About Equinix

    Equinix, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX) connects the world's leading businesses to their customers, employees and partners inside the most interconnected data centers. In 40 markets across five continents, Equinix is where companies come together to realize new opportunities and accelerate their business, IT and cloud strategies. www.equinix.com.

    http://www.prnewswire.com/news-relea...300229339.html

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    Equinix-SP3 data center

    Avenida Marcos Penteado de Ulhoa Rodrigues, 249
    Santana de Parnaíba - SP
    06543-001
    Brazil

    Activity Type LEED
    Space Use Datacenter
    Project Size 17,174 sq ft


    Registered for LEED v4 BD+C DC on 10/14/2015

    BD+C -> Building Design & Construction
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    The company intends to launch a massive new facility in São Paulo with as much floor space as all of its existing Brazilian campuses combined to support the growing technology demands of the nation’s private sector. The data center will be able to accommodate not only everyday enterprises but also cloud providers thanks to the availability of high-speed connectivity options courtesy of Equinix’s networking arm.

    http://siliconangle.com/blog/2016/03...jor-expansion/


    Atual:

    Equinix Rio de Janeiro RJ1, RJ2 - More than 3,600+ square meters (38,750+ square feet) of colocation space

    Equinix São Paulo SP1, SP2 - More than 7,400 square meters (79,500 square feet) of colocation space



    Parece evidente que a área informada (17,174 sq ft) não está correta ou não se refere ao data center anunciado hoje.
    Última edição por 5ms; 02-03-2016 às 19:12.

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    Mercado de DC esta até bem aquecido no Brasil.
    Usamos o SP1, nós atende bem eles.

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    Equinix Invests In More Brazilian Colo Space

    Rob Powell
    March 21st, 2016

    With its first four data centers in Brazil in high demand, Equinix revealed earlier this month that it has decided to build a fifth facility in the country as part of its ongoing expansion plans. Today we learned that it's not a minor add-on either, with room for 2,800 cabinets that will when complete double Equinix's footprint in the country.

    The new SP3 facility will be built exactly where you would expect it to, in the key bandwidth market of Sao Paolo. The first phase will cost $76M, with five more phases in reserve and some 215,000 total square feet planned. It will feature 13.3Mw of power and dark fiber connectivity with the company's SP2 facility and of course the company's Cloud Exchange platform.

    On the energy front, SP3 will use air evaporative cooling and indirect free cooling to hold down air conditioning usage, as well as solar energy capture for the offices and common areas. They hope to have a PUE below 1.35 once fully operational.
    http://www.telecomramblings.com/2016...ian-colo-space

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    Pode ser o primeiro datacenter onde não se pode entrar um dia da semana por que há um feira livre na frente:

    https://goo.gl/maps/i5ha8LfK7hK2

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    Citação Postado originalmente por rubensk Ver Post
    Pode ser o primeiro datacenter onde não se pode entrar um dia da semana por que há um feira livre na frente:

    https://goo.gl/maps/i5ha8LfK7hK2
    Me disse uma pessoa da região que a feira não impede a circulação de veículos, tomando apenas uma parte da via.

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