(The Hosting News) – Just recently, in Amsterdam, Verizon subsidiary Terremark announced the launch of its new Network Access Point.
Constructed to provide cloud computing services, the new data center facility has 25 thousand square feet. The site also features “advanced cooling.”
Commenting on the matter, Terremark President Kerry Bailey stated, “The opening of the NAP of Amsterdam represents an important milestone in Verizon’s continued strategic investment in expanding Terremark’s global data center footprint.”
“The expanded portfolio of facilities and services that we are bringing to market enables our customers throughout Europe to tap into a highly differentiated set of enterprise-class services that meet our high requirements for security, performance and reliability in the industry,” Bailey continued.
The site will also give Terremark customers the ability to “leverage” networks across the world.
Besides cloud, specific services of Terremark also include colocation and managed hosting. Just earlier this month, the company launched a data center in Brazil.
The facility gives the Verizon subsidiary a larger presence in the European market, adding onto around ten other facilities. Verizon acquired Terremark in January for over one billion dollars. For more information on the facility’s launch, visit: http://www.terremark.com/about/news/archive/2011/09222011.aspx