Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

We offer colocation in Equinix’s Rio de Janeiro IBX data centres. RJ1 is the most carrier-neutral DC in the city, and is a network hub for international and local carriers. Both DCs provide low latency connections to São Paulo and to Brazil’s Internet Exchange, IXbr.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

For more information on our Rio de Janeiro data centre or any other products, please don't hesitate to contact us on 0800 612 2524 or complete the form on the contact page and one of our experts will call you back to discuss your needs.


Rua Voluntários da Pátria, 360
Botafogo - Rio de Janeiro/RJ
CEP: 22270-010


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Technical

Equinix Rio de Janeiro offers:

  • Metro-connect to RJ2
  • RJ2 is newest commercial data centre in the state
  • Low latency connectivity to São Paulo and IX br
  • N+1 power redundancy
  • N+1 cooling redundancy
  • RJ2 focuses on using less natural resources and being environmentally friendly
  • Certifications: ISO27001, ISO 9001-2008, SAP Certified in Infrastructure Operations, PCI-DSS, SSAE16 SOC-1 Type II

Equinix IBX data centres provide:

  • Reliability– Fully equipped with UPS power, backup systems and N+1 (or greater) redundancy, with a proven, industry-leading >99.99999% uptime.
  • Power density– With robust heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, Equinix Boston exceeds the requirements of even the most power-hungry deployments.
  • Security– There’s an array of security equipment, techniques and procedures to control, monitor, and record access to the facility, including individual cages.
  • Recovery– IBXflex™ Space provides operations centres and storage space when you need it; Equinix Smart Hands™ offers 24-hour access to qualified technical support.

Equinix colocation services offer:

  • High average uptime— An industry-leading track record of >99.99999%.
  • The largest worldwide footprint—17M+ ft2 ft2of data centre space across 44 markets in 22 countries on 5 continents.

Hyve are 100% carbon neutral. We use carbon offsetting to balance out the release of carbon dioxide from our offices and infrastructure.