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Pexip Expands Cloud Video Service in South America

South America Pexip Point of Presence PoP

Addition of São Paulo data center supports increased demand, improves quality

Over the past two years, customers have relied on Pexip’s global cloud video conferencing service more than ever. We saw tremendous usage spikes around the world, especially in response to the pandemic, and today’s usage remains high; video is now embedded into individuals’ daily rhythms and fuels everything from work meetings to doctor visits.



To continue providing the best video call experience for every customer, we’re thrilled to announce a new Point of Presence (PoP) in São Paulo, Brazil.


 

map-3This new PoP will provide better call quality for customers in Latin and South America by routing media locally versus connecting to a more distant PoP, supporting increased demand from customers and partners in the region. This addition builds on the Pexip Service’s existing 20+ PoPs around the world, including in the United States, Canada, Western Europe, Australia, Singapore, and Japan. All traffic inside of the Pexip Service is protected by a Quality of Service (QoS) backbone and optimized so that each participant uses the data center closest to their geographical location.

Customers can also choose Pexip’s new Direct Peering option, which provides a direct connection from their office to the Pexip Service. In bypassing the public internet, customers get a more secure, high speed and low latency experience.

Learn more about the Pexip Service and how it provides the high-quality, secure meetings for every participant.

Karl Hantho
Karl Hantho
Karl Hantho is President of the Americas at Pexip. Prior to Pexip, Karl led a successful Americas business for Videxio, a cloud-based video conferencing service that merged with Pexip in December of 2018. Karl has always been passionate about evangelizing the use of video conferencing to increase personal productivity, improve collaboration, and strengthen relationships. Before starting Videxio’s business in the Americas in 2013, Karl’s was a member of the original joint venture leadership team in 1994 that established and grew BT Visual Images to become the US acquisition that launched TANDBERG in the North American market in 1997, the business which he led through 2004. Karl received an MBA degree from McGill University and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Dalhousie University. Over the years, he has held several Board positions and has been involved with industry associations working to evangelize and grow the adoption of video conferencing.

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