QuadraNet recently opened a new datacenter in Miami, FL with the goal of providing better service to customers in both Europe and South America. According to a report on TMCNet.com, the company is most interested in expanding their levels of service to Brazil, an increasingly important market to Internet service providers.
QuadraNet also recently opened a facility in Dallas, Texas and has a facility located in Los Angeles. The company’s Miami facility allows them to provide service to the East Coast of the United States, as well is to the South American market and, increasingly, to the nations of the Caribbean. The facility is also hoped to reduce the amount of latency experienced by the European clients, according to the report.
In the report, a company spokesperson said that QuadraNet wanted to be able to make sure that their Brazilian customers have access to a scalable solution for their services that may experience sudden growth. The company built a network segment in Los Angeles that was focused on providing for the needs of Chinese clients, in a similar move.
The new segment will allow the company to make changes to their network specifically for Brazil. This growing nation is one of the most powerful economies in South America and is emerging as one of the most important Internet markets.
QuadraNet provides colocation services and dedicated server services to its customers. It is one of the many US-based firms that are expanding their data center operations to new cities. Increasingly, colocation is becoming a popular option for businesses, as it allows them to enjoy the benefits of redundancy and geo-targeted content.
QuadraNet is hoping that their experiences working with the creation of the China segment of their services will allow them to provide equally reliable service to their Brazilian customers, according to the article.