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AT&T Opens New Data Center

New Internet Data Center in Boston area supports businesses' needs for hosting Websites and managed services applications

June 26, 2002

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BOSTON -- AT&T today announced it is opening its newest high-tech Internet Data Center (IDC) in the Boston area to serve multinational and enterprise businesses. Today's announcement brings to 18 the number of IDCs being operated by AT&T on three continents worldwide, and reinforces the company's strategic focus on hosting and managed services. These services are critical to businesses that want to deliver Web-based applications to the customers they serve. The Boston-area IDC, a 200,000-square-foot facility is AT&T's third largest IDC worldwide, and is integral to the support of the portfolio of managed services first announced by AT&T in January. AT&T has invested in developing hosting facilities needed by businesses to keep their Web sites, e-infrastructure and mission-critical applications -- like supply chain management and order fulfillment -- up and running. "The Boston area is a hub for the high-tech community and a thriving market for business, making it a natural choice for us to locate our newest IDC," said Pat Traynor, AT&T Hosting and Managed Services vice president. "We're offering Boston area businesses the freedom to focus on their core operations, unhindered by the complex technology and management functions required to keep their infrastructure and applications up and running." AT&T Corp.

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