Terremark ups its North American cloud capacity in the Denver market

Terremark, Verizon's (NYSE: VZ) cloud and data-center subsidiary, has responded to the need for increased cloud-service capacity by U.S.-based businesses by implementing a node of its Enterprise Cloud at its Denver-based data center.

By introducing a cloud node at the Denver data center, the service provider not only adds another cloud-enabled data center to its growing footprint, but it will also be able to offer area businesses secure cloud computing resources.

Featuring over 70,000 square feet of floor space and redundant subsystems to support its IT infrastructure services, the Denver data center is part of its series of almost 50 data centers located in key global cities.

The company said the facilities offer advanced security, redundant power and monitoring, in addition to advanced colocation and cloud technology for mission-critical applications.

Coming on the heels of its latest move to increase its data center presence in Brazil and earlier in Colombia, the introduction of the cloud node at the Denver data center is part of Terremark's ongoing data center and cloud service expansion effort.

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