Cloud computing leader continues investment in growing Latin American market

May 10, 2012

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MIAMI -- Terremark, a Verizon Company, continues to invest in the fast-growing Latin American market with the latest expansion its Sao Paulo data center, the Network Access Point (NAP) do Brasil. Once completed, the cloud-enabled facility will have 70,000 square feet of raised data center floor space and will be able to house 150,000 servers in a connected, secure and redundant ecosystem.

The expansion of Terremark’s operations in Brazil results from ever-increasing customer demand, making this expansion launch the second in the last year. The increased investment in Latin America is part of Terremark’s global strategy to make advanced IT solutions available through a network of nearly 50 strategically located data centers around the world. Through the NAP do Brasil and the recently expanded NAP of the Americas-Colombia facilities, Terremark collectively offers more than 90,000 square feet of raised data center floor space in Latin America.

“We have experienced outstanding success and growth in Latin America, which is a clear testament of our unique proposition and our commitment to help enterprises across every industry transform their business through the adoption of the Enterprise Cloud,” said Nelson Fonseca, President of Terremark. “Brazil represents a central IT hub in Latin America and further expanding our operations in Brazil is a vital step in growing our presence in this high-demand region.”

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