Gemelo do Brasil Data Center
Created in 2001 by Compaq and having as CEO Sidney Fabiani, it comes from leading technology companies such as Oracle, ISS, UUNET / WorldCom and Nielsen.
DNA in long-term projects for mission-critical environments focused on Data Storage and Disaster Recovery and clients such as Bradesco, Unibanco, Diveo Data Center and Telefónica Data Center (TIC).
After the HP / Compaq merger and a BuyOut Management led by its chief executive, the company now has 100% Brazilian capital.
Average annual growth rates of 50 percent lead the former multinational to 170 employees and its portfolio for a full range of Full Outsourcing (ITO) services.
In 2010 the Modular Outdoor Data Centers division was created, at that time still called Data Center Containers.
Embarked on the project the ideal partner, InvestTech. Fund formed by IT executives and focused on investing in companies with the latest technology.
Extensive research and visits to leading mills of similar solutions around the world, culminates in the launch in 2011 of the G-Box, Gemelo's Modular Data Center.
The first project is at Embraer, one of the most demanding companies in the market and it becomes the largest of its kind in Latin America. Kick for a long series of achievements in all market segments, from industries to Ports, Education and Logistics and in the three spheres of Government, crowning Gemelo in 2014 as the Brazilian leader in Modular Outdoor Data Centers.
In 2015 a new phase begins with the purchase of the participation of the fund InvestTech and the entry into the society of one of the idealizers of the project, João Batista Ferreira, a data center engineer with more than 35 years of experience.
A successful partnership begins, uniting inventiveness, productive capacity and commercial experienceSee more