North & South American Data Centers Colocation and Interconnection Solutions

Equinix Data Centers in North and South America

With 95+ data centers in major business markets on five continents, Equinix’s global reach is unrivaled in the commercial colocation industry. Equinix has more than 50 data centers in North America and South America, strategically sited in Brazil, Canada and the United States. Our colocation facilities offer exceptional network choice, operational reliability and access to a full range of data center services. Plus, we’ve built a globally consistent colocation platform, meaning customers deploying in multiple locations can count on the same world-class infrastructure, support and experience at any of our data centers across the Americas and around the globe.

Features and Benefits of Equinix IBX® Data Centers

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Our data centers in North and South America feature:

  • Nearly 2.2 million square feet (204,000 square meters) of colocation space
  • More than 2,300 companies and 450 networks connected on-site
  • Proximity to serve the top business markets in Brazil, Canada and the United States
  • Carrier-dense hubs and top Internet exchange points
  • World-class reliability, physical security and operational excellence: N+1 redundancy and 99.999% uptime
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