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In the heart of innovation and technical advancements, the Latin American region is unfurling a new era of data center infrastructure, setting the stage for a digital renaissance. This burgeoning landscape is a tableau of collaborative ventures, strategic acquisitions, and robust growth in the data center and cybersecurity domains.

A Symphony of Collaborations: ServerDomes and LiquidCool

Leading the charge is the collaborative endeavor between ServerDomes and LiquidCool. This partnership is set to usher in a new wave of liquid-cooled server technologies, fortifying the infrastructure with a concoction of enhanced design flexibility and elevated computing performance. ServerDomes, with its distinct geodesic design, has already set a precedent by minimizing the need for conventional cooling systems. The integration of LiquidCool’s patented technology is a leap towards accommodating the burgeoning needs of AI and low latency applications, propelling the efficiency and sustainability of data centers to new heights. Earlier this year ServerDomes signed a deal with Fermaca Infraestructura, an infrastructure developer in Mexico, to deploy Edge data centers along a new US-Mexico fiber route using ServerDomes’s design, though the company has not said how many data centers will be built, or where.

The Blossoming Colocation Market in Mexico

Mexico is steadily emerging as a linchpin in the Latin American data center colocation market, with projections painting a vibrant growth trajectory from $206 million in 2022 to a whopping $550 million by 2028. The strategic geographical placement of Mexico is a cornerstone, facilitating seamless data flow between the United States and Latin American corridors. The advent of major cloud operators coupled with the deployment of cutting-edge 5G technology is fueling this expansion. Notably, the entry of global cloud behemoths like Google and Microsoft is a testament to the burgeoning cloud-based services landscape, which is poised to be operational by 2024. This growth narrative is further accentuated by Mexico’s commitment to robust infrastructure, predominantly adhering to Tier III standards in colocation data centers.

Fortifying Cyber Frontiers: Accenture Acquires MNEMO Mexico

In a bid to bolster cybersecurity frontiers, Accenture has strategically acquired MNEMO Mexico, a torchbearer in managed cybersecurity services. This acquisition is a significant stride towards enhancing cybersecurity service capabilities in the Latin American region. The amalgamation of MNEMO Mexico’s seasoned cybersecurity professionals with Accenture’s global workforce extends a robust framework to address the escalating regional demand for managed security services. This move is particularly poignant given Mexico’s ranking among the top Latin American countries grappling with cyberattacks. Accenture’s continuous endeavor to fortify cybersecurity, reflected in its series of acquisitions, underscores its unwavering commitment to fostering a secure digital ecosystem.

The unfolding narrative of collaborations, strategic growth, and acquisitions in Latin America is a harbinger of a new dawn in data center infrastructure. These developments are not just mere strides; they are giant leaps propelling the region into a future brimming with possibilities. As we delve deeper into this digital odyssey, the synergy of cutting-edge technology and insightful strategies is illuminating the roadmap to a secure and technologically advanced data infrastructure realm.

And to learn more about Layer 9 Data Centers’ progress in Latin America, make sure to contact our team.

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