Nabiax has begun its operation with an 11 data center portfolio in Spain & Latin America. The company has been born after the acquisition of these infrastructures – from Telefónica – by the independent investment firm Asterion Industrial Partners in a €m550 deal.
Nabiax has presence in 7 countries, with two data centers in Spain, two in Argentina, Brazil, and Peru each; and one in Chile, the United States and Mexico each. Thus, the company has been born with a relevant presence in the data center industry, and aiming to lead the colocation and hosting services in these geographies.
“Nabiax is an ambitious project, in which we have acquired high quality assets, with most of them certified Tier III & IV by Uptime Institute. We also have a huge expansion capability, and we are preparing quite a relevant investment plan that will start its execution in 2020″, says Emilio Díaz, Nabiax’s CEO.
The company owns, to date, a total surface of 24,000 sqm, and a total IT Power of 30 MW among its infrastructures, which is scalable up to 140 MW in the medium term.
The data center industry has been growing consistently throughout the past years, and it has positive forecast for the upcoming years, mainly through investing in infrastructure, where the whole sector is set to reach a 49$bn value in 2023.
“There are several drivers pushing towards digital transformation, guided by the way both companies and users have been behaving during the past decade. Elements such as smartphones, Internet of Things (IoT), beside the expansion of cloud services, big data, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Virtual Reality (VR), have propelled our sector to be massively relevant, being the base infrastructure for the companies towards achieving this transformation process”, explains Emilio Díaz.