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Verizon recreates the public cloud for the enterprise IT

Thor Olavsrud | Oct. 4, 2013
For the past two years, Verizon has been quietly re-architecting its public cloud from the ground up to build a new enterprise-focused offering that allows organizations to dial in precisely the level of compute, network and storage they need for individual uses.

The service is currently in beta. Organizations interested in participating can sign up through the Verizon Enterprise Solutions website. For now, Verizon Cloud Compute and Verizon Cloud Storage are installed in Verizon cloud data centers in Culpeper, Va., Englewood, Colo., Miami, Fla. and Santa Clara, Calif. in the U.S. They are also installed in data centers in Amsterdam, London and Sao Paolo. Verizon says clients will initially be served out the Culpeper data center, though other centers around the globe will be added through mid-2014.


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