Huawei is building a third availability zone for its Brazilian cloud region that is due live next year, and is planning a third Mexican availability zone.

First reported by BNAmericas, the Brazilian zone is planned to go live in the first quarter of 2024.

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Huawei’s Mark Chen, director of Huawei Cloud solution sales, made the announcement during the company's Cloud Summit Brasil 2023 event this week.

Chen also reaffirmed plans to develop a second availability zone in Mexico, and announced plans for a third availability zone in the country.

Chen also reaffirmed plans for a third zone in Chile. Dates were not provided.

After launching in São Paulo in 2019, the company opened a second availability zone in Brazil. The company also announced plans for a second facility in Mexico last year, without providing details.

Huawei announced its first Chilean facility in Santiago in 2019, with plans for a second in the capital, revealed a year later.

As well as a number of regions across China and Hong Kong, Huawei Cloud currently lists international regions in Dublin, Ireland; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Paris, France; Bangkok, Thailand; Singapore; Jakarta; Indonesia; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Istanbul, Turkey; Johannesburg, South Africa; Mexico City, Mexico; Sao Paulo, Brazil; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Lima, Peru; and Santiago, Chile.

The company’s website also lists a new region in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, but shows no available services yet.