Internet Services Provider Verisign Strengthens Internet Infrastructure
January 23, 2007
January 23, 2006 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) Internet services provider Verisign (http://www.verisign.com) will strengthen its Internet infrastructure, the company announced recently. The company has signed a multi-year colocation and services contract with Terremark.
VeriSign will expand its Internet infrastructure at Terremarks NAP of the Americas facility, which provides colocation, peering, managed services and dedicated hosting. VeriSign has also selected Terremarks 10GigE peering services, which enables Internet traffic such as email and video to be interchanged between networks. According to the company, the service offers enhanced capabilities such as increased capacity, fast and reliable traffic exchange across the NAPs redundant peering fabric to its 500 plus customers. VeriSigns expansion at the NAP includes increasing the capacity for its Top Level Domain (TLD) servers and Certificate Revocation List system (CRL).
Terremark has consistently provided us with secure and reliable services, explained VeriSigns Chief Security Officer, Mr. Ken Silva. Expanding our footprint at the NAP was a decision made easier with Terremarks global reach, always on environment and innovative facilities. As our intelligent infrastructure services grow, we look forward to a continued relationship.
VeriSign manages around 61 million domains and protects against more than 1.5 billion daily security events worldwide. We are proud that VeriSign has made the choice to expand their footprint at the NAP of the Americas, added Terremark Worldwide, Inc.s Chairman and CEO Mr. Manuel D. Medina. VeriSign has access to networks and peers at the NAP that help it enable and protect billions of interactions worldwide.
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