Opened in April of 2004, NAP do Brasil clients include all major carriers operating in Brazil, international content providers with local presence, ISP’s and System Integrators, among others.


Terremark do Brasil Ltda., a fully owned subsidiary of Terremark Worldwide Inc., operates the NAP do Brasil, a massive and diverse carrier-neutral Brazil colocation which serves as the most important Internet Exchange (IX) or Peering Point in the region with a total exchange traffic of 15 Gbps and uniquely positions Terremark as an unparalleled leader in this technology segment. Located in the Alphaville area, a high-tech corridor of São Paulo, Brasil, NAP do Brasil is a world-class data center which provides its customers a comprehensive portfolio of highly secure and reliable IT infrastructure.


  • Located in Barueri, São Paulo

  • 24x7x365 Monitoring

  • Tier III Facility - The Uptime Institute®

  • Around 20,000 square feet of colocation space

  • SAS70 Type II Audited Facility

  • 99.992% AC power availability guarantee

  • Redundant power feeds of 13.8 KV out of independent transmission lines supplied by the utility company, Eletropaulo Telecom

  • Six generators in hot standby (2+1) configuration powering a total of 3.84MVA

  • 90,000 liters of diesel fuel providing continuous operation for three days at full load

  • Eight redundant uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems with 500kVA each, totaling 3MVA redundant

  • Increments of 05-AMP, 10 AMP or 20 AMP circuit AC backed power

  • Increments of DC 20 AMP – 48 Volts DC circuit A&B feed

  • Three chillers with air condensation, each one with a 298 tons air handling capacity

  • Three water cool pumps from a primary circuit, working in a redundant (2+1) system

  • Three water cool pumps from a secondary circuit, working in a redundant (2+1) system

  • Temperature maintained at = 21,5ºC ± 3,5ºC

  • Relativity Humidity maintained at = 50% ± 10%

Brazil Data Center BUILDING

  • 1,2 Gbps available for International IP transit

  • More than 3 Gbps available for national IP transit

  • Redundancy links across Pacific and Atlantic Ocean to reach Terremark Miami

  • Total Peering Traffic: 20 Gbps

  • MRS Traffic: 1.8 Gbps

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