Connectivity provider Angola Cables and internet exchange (IX) operator DE-CIX have partnered to offer what the two companies describe as premium interconnection services to a variety of neutral IXs for operators and data centres across Latin America.
The objective of the partnership is to expand capabilities and boost internet providers’ businesses via the South-South Atlantic connection. Internet service providers (ISPs) will be able to connect to over 100 countries and more than 1,700 carriers worldwide, say the partners.
They add that Angola Cables, as a DE-CIX reseller, will be able to provide ISPs with a reliable low-latency network and high-quality access to premium network interconnections and internet exchanges in Europe, the Middle East, North America and India
The two companies have already established interconnections from São Paulo and Fortaleza to Lisbon and have plans to interconnect the same Brazilian cities to the DE-CIX Internet Exchanges in New York, Madrid and Frankfurt.
Angola Cables, an official reseller for DE-CIX worldwide, will focus on developing remote peering links with ISPs and content networks in the Latin American region.
DE-CIX Frankfurt is described as the world’s leading internet exchange, with 7.5+ Terabits per second at peak traffic. Angola Cables has been operating in the Brazilian market since 2016, and is focused, among other areas, on the sale of solutions for data centre infrastructures, sale of connectivity and cloud services for IP providers.