Ascenty tops the ISG Provider Lens™ Colocation Quadrant in Brazil for the fourth consecutive year

In addition to quality of service and an extended ecosystem, report highlights robust low-latency network and full integration with public clouds

Ascenty, the largest provider of data center and connectivity services in Latin America, was recognized for the fourth consecutive year as the absolute leader of the Colocation Services Quadrant in Brazil, according to the ISG Provider Lens™ 2023 – Private/Hybrid Cloud – Data Center Services report. With its 34 data centers in operation and/or construction – 26 of which are in Brazil – Ascenty is recognized, as per analyst Pedro Bicudo, for driving customer growth by offering a robust low-latency network and complete integration with public clouds.

The colocation quadrant evaluated 15 data center space providers on criteria such as: secure access control, redundant power supplies, fire suppression and air cooling system, cloud connectivity and security certificates.

“Ascenty was once again recognized for its leadership in the Brazilian Colocation market due to the efforts of our entire team, and it demonstrates our commitment to offering a customizable, flexible and agile service,” said Marcos Siqueira, VP of Operations at Ascenty.

The report also reveals that Brazilian companies are adopting hybrid architectures, i.e. managed hosting platforms alongside public cloud.

“Companies are looking for platforms with a cloud-like experience that have robust technology and hyperconnectivity. At Ascenty, we connect both of these worlds to ensure greater security for companies’ data, flexibility for operations and scalability,” adds Siqueira.

Hyperconnectivity offerings

Ascenty offers customers several connectivity options with Cloud Connect for hyperscalers and several points of presence (PoPs) throughout Brazil. The Ascenty Cloud Connectivity Exchange (ACCX) and Ascenty Internet Connectivity Exchange (AICX) services connect customers to diverse data centers, including public clouds, content providers and ISVs, providing low latency at the edge.

With over 200 certifications, Ascenty ensures competitiveness in the market by offering 5,000 km of proprietary fiber optic network, which allows clients to explore different routes tailored to their needs.

High-quality standards

One of Ascenty’s main differentials is the quality of the services provided and the satisfaction of its customers. The company achieved a Net Promoter Score above 90 for the fifth consecutive year, following high standards of data center security and construction. This index is calculated using a customer satisfaction methodology developed to assess the degree of customer loyalty.

Extended ecosystem

Ascenty also has a marketplace where customers can find technology manufacturers and service providers to integrate with their colocation. Marketplace categories include private cloud and hosting, storage, email, backup, cybersecurity, financial solutions, outsourcing, consulting, telecommunications and connectivity.

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