European networking giant BSO has expanded to Latin America with the launch of 10 data centers across the region.
“Existing customers can immediately connect to LatAm data centers,” stated the company, headquartered in London. The data centers BSO is referring to are located in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, and Chile.
“Our customers will enjoy seamless access to one of the world’s most diverse regions and we are excited to support the growth and digital ambitions of the many globally-focused businesses based in the region,” stated Michael Ourabah, CEO of BSO.
As part of its bid to capitalize on the growing demand for cloud services in the region, BSO is preparing Brazilian data centers to give connectivity to Amazon’s cloud ecosystem. In addition, it has partnered with EdgeUno and Seaborn Networks, an independent submarine cable systems developer with extensive operations across Latin America.
“We have worked closely in Brazil with the BSO team for several years and are delighted to be taking our relationship even further,” says Seaborn Chief Operating Officer, Andy Bax. “Together with EdgeUno, we look forward to helping BSO extend their full range of services into Latin America.”
EdgeUno says BSO’s data center creates an opportunity for hundreds of LatAm companies to connect with the rest of the world on low latency routes.