VeriSign Strengthens Critical Internet Infrastructure in Spain

VeriSign logo Terremark Worldwide, Inc. … announced that VeriSign, Inc. … has expanded its Internet infrastructure by deploying additional infrastructure in Terremark’s Madrid facility, NAP de las Americas Madrid. The deployment is part of VeriSign’s Project Titan initiative to strengthen and secure its global Internet infrastructure.

In addition to its deployment in Spain, VeriSign has previously deployed core Internet infrastructure at the NAP of the Americas in Miami. VeriSign’s infrastructure in the Miami facility includes primary generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) servers for .com and .net.

“The .com and .net infrastructures are continually being fortified and scaled to defend against increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks,” said Ken Silva, chief technology officer, VeriSign. “VeriSign is increasing the capacity of its global Internet infrastructure by ten times by the year 2010 and it has become ever more important to proactively expand our infrastructure to areas where Internet users are rapidly expanding.”

Traffic volume continues to increase with the emergence of consumer-driven services, the surge in Web-connected wireless devices and the proliferation of technologies and services using the Domain Name System (DNS). VeriSign processes a peak of more than 48 billion DNS queries per day under normal traffic conditions.

VeriSign has benefited from being a part of Terremark’s peering network at the NAP of the Americas that provides connectivity to more than 160 global carrier networks. By joining Terremark’s peering network, the means by which Internet traffic, from e-mail to video, is exchanged between networks, VeriSign has helped deliver faster and more reliable traffic exchange across Terremark’s peering network thereby increasing the “paths” to the Internet for end users.

“We are proud to have VeriSign expand its relationship with us and deploy critical Internet infrastructure in our Madrid facility,” said Manuel D. Medina, Terremark’s Chairman and CEO. “As VeriSign increases its daily DNS query capacity from 400 billion queries a day to more than 4 trillion queries a day, we look forward to continuing to play a role in delivering core Internet infrastructure services.”

About Terremark Worldwide, Inc.

Terremark Worldwide (NASDAQ: TMRK) is a leading global provider of IT infrastructure services delivered on the industry’s most robust and advanced technology platform. Leveraging data centers in the United States, Europe and Latin America with access to massive and diverse network connectivity, Terremark delivers government and enterprise customers a comprehensive suite of managed solutions including managed hosting, colocation, disaster recovery, security and cloud computing services. Terremark’s acclaimed Infinistructure™ utility computing architecture has redefined industry standards for scalable and flexible computing infrastructure and its DigitalOps® service platform combines end-to-end systems management workflow with a comprehensive customer portal. More information about Terremark Worldwide can be found at

About VeriSign

VeriSign, Inc. (NASDAQ: VRSN) is the trusted provider of Internet infrastructure services for the networked world. Billions of times each day, VeriSign helps companies and consumers all over the world engage in communications and commerce with confidence. Additional news and information about the company is available at

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