Atlanta, Georgia – (The Hosting News) – May 16, 2008 – Internet performance network services company, Internap Network Services Corporation, will open a new green colocation facility in Boston, with plans to include power and cooling infrastructure enhancements.
Internap has revealed that approximately 15,000 square feet of colocation at a new stand alone 45,000 square foot facility will debut adjacent to its existing Boston data center. The expansion helps the company meet strong customer demand for its bundled Internet solutions. The first phase of completion will become available in the fourth quarter of this year.
James P. DeBlasio, Chief Executive Officer of Internap noted, ”This initiative is part of our strategic plan to enhance data center offerings in key markets. With this expansion in Boston, Internap now has its ninth owned facility and a total of 43 colocation service points, demonstrating our commitment to serving our customerÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s growth requirements now and in the future.”
Infrastructure plans will allow Internap to provide a maximum amount of power and cooling to support a customer’s high-density solutions. This new facility will also take advantage of more environmentally friendly technologies, including ultrasonic humidification, air economizers and circuit level power monitoring, all designed to provide a less energy intensive solution, as compared to previous generations of data centers.
The Boston expansion also provides access to Internap’s Performance IP and Content Delivery Network (CDN) product offerings. These premium Internet connectivity and content delivery services enable customers to deploy next-generation Internet applications such as video and rich media.
Internap is an intelligent route control solution, developed to provide reliability, performance and security to the Internet, as well as a global integrated content delivery service, designed to enable businesses to stream digital media over the Internet. The company provides patented and patent-pending technologies that address the inherent weaknesses of the Internet, to enable enterprises to deploy business-critical applications such as e-commerce, VoIP, and audio/video across IP networks. The company provides additional solutions, including video and audio streaming, advertising placement, reporting and analysis, live event broadcasting, media asset management, integrated web hosting and consulting services. Internap currently serves more than 3,000 customers throughout North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
To learn more about Internap, please visit: www.internap.com.