Chinese Tencent Cloud opens its first data center in Brazil for Latin America

The opening of the company's new IDC in Brazil will play a vital role in the digitalization trend and digital transformation process in the country and across Latin America, contributing to the growth of South America-based organizations in the Chinese market and the Asia-Pacific region.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Thursday (25), the cloud computing division of Chinese giant Tencent, Tencent Cloud, officially announced its entry into Brazilian territory with its first Internet Data Center (IDC) in São Paulo. Currently, Tencent Cloud's global network is present in 27 regions and has 68 availability zones.

The opening of the company's new IDC in Brazil will play a vital role in the digitalization trend and digital transformation process in the country and across Latin America, contributing to the growth of South America-based organizations in the Chinese market and the Asia-Pacific region through . . .

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