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Terremark Launches DC Data Center
MIAMI, Fla. -- Terremark Worldwide, Inc. (Nasdaq:TMRK) a leading global operator of carrier-neutral integrated Internet Exchanges and a provider of managed IT infrastructure solutions utilizing cutting edge virtualization and utility computing technologies, today announced that it will launch the NAP of the Capital Region project at a private ceremony scheduled in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, June 12th, 2007.
As previously reported, Terremark has secured a 30-acre site located approximately 60 miles from the nation's Capital in Culpeper County, Virginia. The NAP of the Capital Region will provide state-of-the-art managed services and unparalleled security and connectivity to its customers, fulfilling the company's stated objective to expand in the Washington, D.C. area.
Terremark has designed a master plan for the site that will allow for modular growth of the campus based on customer demand. When fully built, the campus will consist of five 50 thousand square foot independent data center structures and one 72 thousand square foot secure office building. Each structure will be "bunker built" to the highest security standards and will be setback 150 feet from the campus perimeter, meeting the strictest government security guidelines. Inside each data center, a professional security staff will maintain and operate sophisticated surveillance systems, biometric scanners and secured areas for processing of staff, customers and visitors.
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