UK MSP Claranet to pour $100m investment into Brazilian business

Nima Green
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UK partner has ambitions to become leading cloud services provider in Brazil

UK-based MSP Claranet says it plans to splash $100m on expanding its Brazilian operations. Claranet Brazil CEO Edivaldo Rocha said the funds will be used to help the partner to become "the leadi...

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