Brazilian telecoms operator GVT has launched three data centers - one each in the cities of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Curitiba - the company said in a statement.
The three facilities have a total of 2,400m2 and 300 racks.
"With this launch, we are now a full provider of services to the corporate segment," company products and marketing director Ricardo Sanfelice said.
GVT will offer co-location, server monitoring and moving services to corporate clients, in addition to its offer of high-speed broadband and voice services in more than 100 cities in 17 states across the country.
In 2009, French telco Vivendi acquired GVT, which mainly operates in Brazil's south and center-west.