Seeing increasingly strong enterprise demand for secure cloud computing solutions across North America, Terremark increased its cloud infrastructure capacity by deploying a node of its enterprise cloud at its data center in Denver. With the introduction of a cloud node, the Denver data center joins the company’s global footprint of cloud-enabled data centers that seamlessly combine secure and agile cloud computing resources with an extended solution portfolio all within a multi-carrier, highly resilient, and secure facility.

Terremark’s cloud-enabled data center in Denver features more than 70,000 sq ft of premier floor space with redundant subsystems to support the leading IT infrastructure services delivered by Terremark. These data center services are backed by service level agreements for 100 percent availability of power and cooling. As with its cloud deployments in the Network Access Points (NAPs) in the United States, Terremark provides complete transparency to customers regarding the exact location of their application workloads and delivers leading security services to support the public cloud infrastructure. Additionally, the company provides customers a compelling hybrid model for enterprise IT by enabling a seamless integration of existing IT infrastructure with Terremark’s cloud computing services through its CloudSwitch software.

“When enterprises and government agencies look at cloud for their IT infrastructure needs, they require high standards for the reliability of the underlying physical infrastructure that houses the cloud platform,” said Ellen Rubin, Terremark’s vice president of Cloud Products. “Terremark’s cloud-enabled data centers provide the diverse connectivity, robust physical security and top-tier data center space that these organizations are looking for from their cloud providers.”

The Denver data center facility is part of Terremark’s network of nearly 50 strategically located data centers around the world. These robust facilities provide advanced security, redundant power, and monitoring to maintain availability, and feature advanced colocation and cloud technology for sensitive mission-critical applications.