Internap Opens Boston Data Center

Internap celebrates opening of new Boston data center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception

February 7, 2009

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BOSTON and ATLANTA -- Internap Network Services Corporation (NASDAQ: INAP), a global provider of end-to-end Internet business solutions, announced today the availability of 15,000 square feet of new enterprise data center space at 50 Inner Belt Rd. in Somerville, MA. The new space is part of a 45,000 square foot facility offering Internaps customers ample room for growth.

The new data center, Internap’s second facility in the Boston area, opened with a major anchor customer – Carbonite Inc., whose President, Keith Cooper was on hand to help with the ribbon cutting festivities. Carbonite is a leading provider of online backup services for consumers and small businesses that is enjoying tremendous growth having tripled in both revenue and subscribers over the last year. Also participating in the grand opening event were the Honorable Joseph A. Curtatone, Mayor of the City of Somerville, Internap executives and many of the contractors who worked to build the new data center.

“For Carbonite, our data center is mission critical to the service we deliver for our customers,” said Keith Cooper, president of Carbonite. “We conducted a thorough evaluation of the data center colocation market and found that Internap not only had a premier physical facility with state of the art security, power and network connectivity, but also could handle our rapid growth plans both here and in other geographies. The Internap team is very professional and we have great comfort knowing that we will work well together.”

Internap Network Services Corp.

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