(Ping! Zine Web Hosting Magazine) – Verizon subsidiary and colocation provider Terremark recently revealed that it had completed what it called a “major expansion” at its cloud data center located in Bogota, Colombia.
Now accounting for 20 thousand feet, the company says the data center’s size is now twice as large than before.
“The NAP of the Americas-Colombia’s growth is aligned with our plan to make our unique IT portfolio available across the globe, and the newly expanded NAP strengthens Terremark’s presence in this high-demand region,” stated Terremark President Nelson Fonseca in a press release.
The company said the additional space was aligned with Terremark’s global IT plans.
The data center provider operates fifty facilities worldwide, including ones located in the Asia-Pacific, Europe and North America. Terremark’s NAP (Network Access Point) facilities are located in Amsterdam, Istanbul and Madrid.
Among the company’s services are managed hosting, cloud, application solutions and more. Verizon initially announced plans to acquire Terremark as its subsidiary back in January of 2011 for a cash amount of $19 dollars per share. For more information on the company latest move, view a press release here (terremark.com).