CenturyLink, Inc. is expanding its broad regional offering of colocation, hosting, cloud computing, security, collaboration, communications and managed services for its existing and new customers by launching a new data center in Quito, Ecuador.

Ecuador's new data center integrates with CenturyLink's 17 other data centers in Latin America, as well as the company's broad global infrastructure, by providing direct connectivity to CenturyLink's approximately 450,000 route miles of fiber globally.

The new Quito data center will provide customers with a processing environment designed to provide high levels of availability, improved quality and increased speed of access to the rest of the world. The new facility also offers customers fiber route diversity for deployment of contingency environments.

CenturyLink recently announced the launch of a new fiber optic route connecting Ecuador to Colombia, from the city of Quito to Cali – a 585-kilometer link that also connects to CenturyLink’s South American Crossing (SAC) cable. 

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