V.tal Invests BRL 250 Million in Cutting-Edge Datacenter in Porto Alegre, Brazil

Brazilian digital infrastructure leader, V.tal, is venturing into Brazil’s southern region with a massive BRL 250 million investment in a state-of-the-art edge data center, V.OA. This groundbreaking project, V.tal’s fifth data center, is set to elevate digital infrastructure in the region, and its development was officially announced on V.tal’s LinkedIn page.

Strategic Location in Porto Alegre

The new data center, V.OA, will be strategically located in Porto Alegre’s Bairro Quarto Distrito in the southern part of Brazil. It will cover an extensive area of 7,000 square meters, with 5,000 square meters designated for operational space.

Robust Initial Capacity and Future Growth

Initially, V.OA will commence operations with two data halls, boasting a power capacity of 3 MW. However, upon reaching full operational status, it will ramp up to an impressive 6 MW of power capacity and accommodate 400 racks across four data halls.

Seamless Integration and Connectivity

V.OA will be seamlessly integrated into V.tal’s existing network of four edge data centers, encompassing two in Fortaleza, Brazil, one in Rio de Janeiro, and another in Barranquilla, Colombia. Additionally, it will enjoy a seamless connection to V.tal’s Rotas Expressas, a high-capacity data transport service. This service includes a significant route that connects Sao Paulo to Porto Alegre.

Strengthening Submarine Cable Connectivity

V.tal boasts an extensive network of 26,000 km of submarine cables, linking Brazil to various countries, including Argentina, Chile, Venezuela, Colombia, Bermuda, and the United States. The company’s infrastructure plays a pivotal role in enhancing digital connectivity and data transmission across regions.

Meeting Growing Digital Demands

This significant investment in V.OA aligns with V.tal’s broader expansion strategy for data centers in Brazil and Colombia. The aim is to cater to the escalating digital needs of operators, service providers, and over-the-top (OTT) content providers.

V.tal’s commitment to advancing digital infrastructure in Brazil’s southern region underscores its dedication to providing cutting-edge technology and connectivity solutions to meet the evolving demands of the digital age.

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