90 percent of email in Latin America is routed through Miami, thank goodness they don’t have to use the airport

Posted on February 4, 2013 • Filed under: Internet, Latin America News, United States

Eluniverso.com reported……………Did you know that when you send an email from Latin America is likely to pass a fort in Miami before continuing on to their final destination? The NAP, unlike other data processing centers, its main function is to rent the equipment to third parties in its own physical space for them to share information on their own. So here converge entities and providers as diverse as the Library of Congress and some U.S. government agencies, which have influence in Latin America. The firm is Network Access Point of the Americas.

It was designed to withstand Category 5 hurricanes.

Have continuous electricity service offered by 12 energy systems.

Over its 11,000 m² are occupied by the U.S. government.

On the third floor, where they handle classified government data, Americans and only enter with special permission. Read Article

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