Terremark expands Silicon Valley data center to keep up with customer growth

Verizon's (NYSE: VZ) cloud and data center subsidiary Terremark has just wrapped up work on the expansion of its Network Access Point (NAP) West.

Located in Santa Clara, Calif., a key city in the state's Silicon Valley region, the newly expanded center campus boasts almost 100,000 square feet of raised floor space to accommodate existing new customers.

Kerry Bailey, president of Terremark, said that the NAP West expansion, which is a major "interconnection point for the world and the technology" is part of a broader effort "to invest in the strategic global hubs that support the requirements of our expanding global customer base."

At the NAP West facility, businesses and other service providers can gain access to major tier one, metro and APAC-based carriers in addition to key Terremark services such as its Enterprise Cloud platform.

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