February 20, 2008 11:00 ET

IBM and Terremark Collaborate With CDC Games to Break New Ground in Online Games

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - February 20, 2008) - CDC Games will host their U.S. online infrastructure on IBM (NYSE: IBM) servers housed inside facilities operated by Terremark Worldwide, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMRK), an IBM Business Partner. The combination of CDC Games' innovative platform and IBM's superior hardware together with Terremark's world-class facilities and massive connectivity will bring gamers and fans a high-quality massively multiplayer online game (MMOG) experience.

CDC Games, a business unit of CDC Corporation (NASDAQ: CHINA), is one of China's market leaders of online and mobile games with more than 120 million registered users. It pioneered China's first "free to play, pay for merchandise" MMORPG. In 2007, CDC Games began expanding into new geographies to accelerate the development of online games, and the company recognized it needed to standardize on a server platform that effectively scales to support its ambitious growth in the U.S. market.

As CDC Games' presence grows in the United States, IBM System x servers, powered by IBM X-Architecture, will be key to delivering a user experience characterized by responsiveness, high computing performance and reliability for CDC, while keeping costs and power requirements down. Through Terremark's global operations platform, which combines a worldwide datacenter footprint, plug-and-play access to massive connectivity from more than 160 global carriers and the industry's most advanced utility computing platform, CDC has the ideal managed infrastructure for their platform.

"We are excited to partner with IBM, a leading provider of hardware systems for the video game industry, and Terremark, a leading provider of global IT infrastructure services," said Jeff Longoria, president of CDC Games International, a unit of CDC Games. "IBM offers us very reliable, competitively priced products built on innovative energy-saving green initiatives that will help us become one of the premier publishers of online games in North America. With Terremark's advanced network topology, our gaming infrastructure will be located at the core of the North American Internet, which will help to deliver the best user experience for our gamers."

Marvin Wheeler, president of Terremark's U.S. Commercial Business Unit, said, "Performance, connectivity and availability are critical for CDC's online games portfolio, and our robust, utility-enabled technology platform and comprehensive suite of IT infrastructure services, along with IBM's industry-leading servers, will provide all of those qualities to CDC's MMOG users."

The IBM System x portfolio of highly reliable servers helps games companies use less power while scaling quickly, easily and inexpensively. They also make ideal platforms for virtualization, helping clients develop games faster and at a lower cost.

"IBM aims to consistently provide the highest level of service level agreements and quality to games and Virtual World companies," said Daniel Witteveen, East Coast executive, IBM Games & Interactive Entertainment. "We are pleased to be working closely with Terremark to deliver their world-class managed hosting infrastructure for games built on IBM's leading hardware. Together, we're enabling CDC to deliver outstanding experiences to millions of gamers."

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About CDC Games

CDC Games is one of the market leaders of online and mobile games in China with more than 120 million registered users. The company pioneered the "free-to-play, pay-for-merchandise" online games model in China with Yulgang and launched the first free-to-play, pay for merchandise FPS (first person shooter) game in China with Special Force. Launched in July 2007, Special Force has consistently ranked in the Top 10 downloaded games in China and becoming the top revenue producer for CDC Games. Currently, CDC Games offers six popular MMO online games in China that include: Special Force, Yulgang, Shaiya, Mir III, Shine and Eve Online. In March 2007, the company announced the formation of CDC Games Studio to establish strategic relationships with selected games development partners to accelerate the development of new, original online games for China and other targeted global geographies. CDC Games anticipates being able to deploy up to $100 million for CDC Games Studio investments through contributions from CDC affiliated companies, external partners and its internal resources. Through its CDC Games International (CGI) subsidiary, the company launched Minna de Battle in Japan in December 2007, and 16pounds in Thailand in January 2008. In February 2008, CDC Games USA launched the portal to showcase online games in North America, sell virtual merchandise and promote collaboration among players. CGI is also planning to launch Lunia in the U.S. along with several new games planned for Southeast Asia, further strengthening its position as a global publisher of online games. For more information on CDC Games, visit:

About CDC Corporation

The CDC family of companies includes CDC Software focused on enterprise software applications and services, CDC Games focused on online games, and focused on portals for the greater China markets. For more information about CDC Corporation (NASDAQ: CHINA), please visit

About Terremark Worldwide, Inc.

Terremark Worldwide, Inc. is a leading global provider of IT infrastructure services delivered on the industry's most robust and advanced operations platform. Leveraging datacenters in the United States, Europe and Latin America and access to massive and diverse network connectivity, Terremark delivers a comprehensive suite of managed solutions including managed hosting, colocation, connectivity and security services to government and enterprise customers. Terremark's acclaimed Infinistructure™ utility computing architecture has redefined industry standards for scalable and flexible computing infrastructure and its DigitalOps® service platform combines end-to-end systems management workflow with a comprehensive customer portal. More information about Terremark Worldwide can be found at

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