Latin American data center operator OData is expanding its footprint in Mexico.

The Aligned-owned company this week announced its QR01 data center in Querétaro is being expanded. The company also said it has started to build two new hyperscale data center campuses in Mexico, in Guanajuato and El Marqués.

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Building work on the expansion in Querétaro started last year. Construction on the first building began in 2020 and launched in 2022. At full build-out, the QR01 campus will offer up to 32MW.

In Guanajuato, the QR02 campus will offer 30MW. In El Marqués, QR03 will offer 150MW.

Timelines for the new developments weren’t shared, though OData’s website says construction work on QR02 has begun and the photos sent by the company suggest it is close to completion.

“We are pleased with the success seen during the development of our QR01 facilities,” said Ricardo Alário, CEO of OData. “This expansion of QR01 is illustrative of continued customer interest in the market, our teams’ successful execution, and the longer-term value of data center development in the Querétaro.”

He continued: “Mexico is currently one of the main markets in Latin America, where OData is well-established and rooted to sustain its growth. We already have a recognized brand, regional expertise, and great credibility with local suppliers, which enables us to grow safely and at an accelerated pace.”

Founded in 2015 by Brazilian private equity firm Patria Investments, OData was acquired by Aligned in a deal that closed last year.

As well as Mexico, OData offers colocation services from four data center sites in Brazil, two in Chile, and one in Colombia. The company launched a campus in Rio and expanded its Santiago campus last year.