Mandic is Brazil’s leading managed IaaS provider, offering managed public cloud, cloud backup and storage, and cloud collaboration tools. It strives for excellence in terms of service quality and customer support. It currently serves more than 19,000 customers. Its core products include managed cloud servers, hosting and e-mail solutions.
In early 2012, Riverwood acquired Mandic S.A. and combined it with Tecla S.A., a spin-off of ALOG Data Centers do Brasil. As part of the transaction, Riverwood contributed capital into the combined company to fund an aggressive growth initiative.
Nutanix delivers web-scale IT infrastructure to medium and large enterprises with its software-driven Virtual Computing Platform, natively converging compute and storage into a single solution to drive unprecedented simplicity in the datacenter. Customers can start with a few servers and scale to thousands, with predictable performance and economics. With a patented elastic data fabric and consumer-grade management, Nutanix is the blueprint for application-optimized and policy-driven infrastructure.
In late 2013, Riverwood led a $101 million investment in Nutanix to accelerate its rapid growth, continue to invest in the development of new products and capabilities, pursue strategic partnerships, and expand internationally.
ALOG Data Centers do Brasil is one of the leading carrier neutral data centers in Brazil. ALOG has about 1,300 corporate clients in its three data centers, in the cities of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Tambore. The three ALOG data centers have a total area of 16,000 square meters.
ALOG offers scalable solutions aimed at large corporates and SMBs with a business model based on processes and automation with the wide use of proprietary software. ALOG has a diversified product offering spanning colocation, managed hosting and cloud computing services, as well as customized solutions designed specifically for a particular company’s needs.
In April 2011, Riverwood partnered with Equinix to complete the acquisition of ALOG Data Centers of Brazil S.A. in an all cash transaction. As part of the acquisition, the group put approximately $15 million on to the balance sheet to fund growth initiatives and provide additional capital to fund future data center expansions in Brazil.