Barry University Selects Terremark for Internet Access
August 12, 2004 - (HostReview.com) - Terremark Worldwide, Inc. (AMEX:TWW), a leading operator of integrated Tier-1 Internet exchanges and best-in-class network services, today announced that Barry University has selected Terremark's NAP of the Americas as the major point of presence (PoP) to host its mission-critical Internet access platform.
"We needed a highly efficient, reliable and cost-effective solution. The NAP offers all of that, plus a superior connectivity infrastructure and hosting environment," said John Beaubrun, Vice Provost, Dean and CTO of Barry University. "We chose the NAP because it also gives us the opportunity to access an aggregation of the world's leading research and educational institutions who are already housed at the NAP."
Barry University is a private Catholic international institution of higher education that fosters academic distinction in the liberal arts and professional studies, in both undergraduate and graduate education. The University is sponsored by the Sisters of St. Dominic of Adrian, Michigan, and is governed by an independent, self-perpetuating Board of Trustees.
"Terremark is pleased to welcome Barry University to the growing number of educational institutions that are deploying their critical infrastructure in our facilities," said Manuel D. Medina, Chairman and CEO of Terremark Worldwide Inc.
Terremark Worldwide Inc. (AMEX:TWW) is a leading operator of integrated Tier-1 Internet exchanges and best-in-class network services, creating technology marketplaces in strategic global locations.
Barry will also have access to Terremark's portfolio of managed services, such as managed data storage and network monitoring. With these services, Barry can further secure its mission-critical data and guarantee business continuity via off campus storage in the highly secure NAP of the Americas.