Verizon’s Terremark data center division has been busy this month growing its global data center footprint to deal with increased demand for cloud services. Terremark has expanded its London, UK data center as well as its Denver, Colo. location with new cloud nodes
“As customer demand dictates, we launch additional capacity of our enterprise-class cloud platforms with nodes of our cloud architecture,” Ellen Rubin, vice president of Cloud Products at Terremark, told InternetNews.com. “We are constantly evaluating the technologies used in our clouds, and updating these based on what best meets our requirements.”
In addition to the new cloud nodes in Denver and London, Terremark is also increasing its capacity with a new 70,000 square foot facility in Sao Paulo, Brazil data center that will contain 150,000 servers.
All this investment is of course costly but it’s not clear how much money is actually being spent. Rubin noted that Verizon, Terremark’s parent company, does not break out separate financials for Terremark.