Microsoft expands cloud offering in Brazil

Thursday 22 October 2020 | 14:52 CET | News
Microsoft Brasil has launched Mais Brasil, a comprehensive plan to help promote the country's growth, employment opportunities and sustainability. As part of the plan, Microsoft has expanded its cloud offering in Brazil, with a new data centre region in Rio de Janeiro and plans to launch Azure Availability Zones in the existing Brazil South region in 2021.

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Categories: Fixed / IT
Companies: Microsoft
Countries: Brazil
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