VeriSign’s Internet cloud fortress

During his keynote at the RSA 2007 Conference, VeriSign CEO Stratton Sclavos announced Project Titan, a three-year investment from the company’s capital spend of $150 to $200 million to add capacity to its network infrastructure to keep up with growth of the Internet. The Titan project will increase capacity on the company’s two root servers and infrastructure for supporting .com and .net domains. VeriSign will increase bandwidth from 20 gigabits per second to 200 gigabits per second of aggregate network bandwidth and servers will handle 4 trillion daily queries, up from a maximum of 400 billion today.

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