Cirion, a leading digital infrastructure and technology provider, has announced it has started construction on a new 12,000 square meters, 20-megawatt carrier-neutral data center in the industrial district of Macropolis in Lurín, Peru.
The new data center is expected to open in the first quarter of 2025 and will be well-equipped to meet the needs of hyperscale cloud service providers, carriers, content providers and enterprises that require scalable infrastructure.
Strategically located in Lurín, the facility will have access to a business-friendly environment, renewable energy, diverse metro and long-haul connectivity to major cities and tech hubs in the region, and proximity to international subsea cable networks to facilitate minimal latency between Latin America and other regions.
“The development of this new data center is another important step in our journey to grow our platform of low-latency, interconnected data centers and establish a thriving digital ecosystem across Latin America,” said Facundo Castro, CEO for Cirion Technologies.
“In a world where data-driven and multi-cloud technology is advancing the way we work and live, and data is the pillar for groundbreaking business decisions, it’s important for data to be properly stored, processed, assured and analyzed. The surging popularity of IoT, 5G, AI, networks, and streaming content has fueled an unrelenting demand for capacity, and data centers are critical to keeping these services running.”Click below to share this article