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  • Category: i3D.net News
  • Date: 01 Mar 2016
  • Kontakt: Rick Sloot - Operational Director
  • Telephone: +31 10 89 00 070

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i3D.net expands Sao Paulo, Brazil datacenter for colocation and dedicated servers
The Netherlands - Tuesday, March 1, 2016
i3D.net has completed the first large expansion of the Sao Paulo, Brazil datacenter and network. i3D.net provides managed hosting in Brazil since 2011 and is proud to announce general availability of colocation and unmanaged dedicated servers in Sao Paulo, starting March 1, 2016.
The new expansion added over 250 servers with latest generation Intel Xeon CPUs and are now available for ordering through our website i3D.net. Our services operate on fully owned hardware and include our industry leading full automation and enterprise service level agreements (SLA) with 99,99% up-time guarantees. 

Datacenter & Colocation in Brazil
i3D.net offers private cage colocation and full rack colocation in the Sao Paulo, Brazil datacenter. Power usage is maximum 8 kW per rack on redundant 230V AC power feeds. Our Tier-3 datacenter service is connecting to our global network for optimal performance and includes our 99,99% SLA. Contact www.i3d.net/contact/ for more information on our colocation services in South America, the United States, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Network
The i3D.net network connects to the largest Brazilian internet exchange PTT and we peer over 70% of local traffic in Sao Paulo. Our global network operates on Brocade MLXe routers and core switching based on Brocade VDX and ICX platforms. Our local network is connected to Level3 and NTT IP Transit for international connectivity.

All racks are redundant connected and feature fast-failover with VRRP-e. The network runs on 2x10 Gb connections per rack. 

Dedicated Servers
i3D.net offers automated installs, partitioning and rescue KVM through our control panel. Our dedicated servers offer guaranteed bandwidth with dual 1 GbE uplinks to our network. Visit www.i3d.net/dedicated/ for more information.

Contact & sales
i3D.net accepts orders through www.i3d.net for colocation and dedicated servers. Our enterprise cloud services, managed hosting services and managed networking services are offered with technical intake through our account management team. Contact sales@i3d.net or browse to www.i3d.net/contact/ for international phone numbers.

About i3D.net
Managed hosting provider founded in 2004, now operates 10,500 servers in 16 ISO27001 certified datacenters world wide. Provides 24/7 support (SLA) and offers cloud servers, co-location, dedicated server hosting, game servers, web hosting and specialty solutions such as big data services, MPLS and IP Transit.

i3D.net provides hosting services at six continents around the world: Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Frankfurt, London, Warsaw, Moscow, Washington DC, Dallas, Los Angeles, São Paulo, Tokyo, Singapore, Hong Kong, Sydney and Johannesburg. We operate from our own 36,000 ft² data center in the Netherlands. i3D.net operates a 623 Gigabit transatlantic network.

The i3D.net global network provides a scalable platform for a flexible roll-out of our services, allowing us to rapidly increase capacity for colocation racks, dedicated servers, cloud instances and web hosting. We are experts in scaling out capacity on a global scale.

Our scalable services are supported by 24x7 support and our software to manage and monitor capacity and performance. i3D.net offers a SLAs on scalability, uptime and performance. Our datacenters are ISO/IEC 27001 and CDSA (Content Protection & Security) certified.

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