Verizon CEO Lowell McAdamEarlier this year Verizon bought Terremark, a cloud and security service provider. Terremark shepherded in 13 data centers from across Europe, Latin America, and the U.S. to join with Verizon’s previous 220 data centers throughout 23 countries.

Now the astronomical giant in the telecommunications industry is buying the software to match. Their newest acquisition is CloudSwitch, a cloud software vendor. They have successfully pawned off their software on 15 sizable corps, ranging from banking, to pharmaceutics, to media, according to VP of Products, Ellen Rubin. Their software has only been on the market for about 12 months.

Verizon’s plans to rule the world include combining the two into one. Verizon is undecided whether to offer the software separately or as part of the Terremark package. The current price for CloudSwitch software runs $25,000 annually on a subscription fee basis. Additional costs are charged for each virtual machine utilized in the process.

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