Terremark-Verizon cloud service ready to go

Enterprise and network capabilities mesh after acquisition

Ten weeks after completing its $1.4 billion acquisition of Terremark, Verizon is ready to roll out an expanded set of cloud services powered by nearly 50 data centers around the globe.

The merger brought together Terremark's IT-centric brand and Verizon's network-centric brand, while a "reverse integration" pushed Verizon employees and data centers under the Terremark operating model, says Kerry Bailey, a Verizon executive who is now president of Terremark Worldwide.

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