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EQUINIX INC filed this Form 425 on 10/02/2002
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Prepared by R.R. Donnelley Financial -- Filed pursuant to rule 425
 
Filed by Equinix, Inc.
Filed pursuant to Rules 165 and 425 promulgated under the
Securities Act of 1933, as amended and deemed filed pursuant to Rule 14a-12
promulgated under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended
Subject Company: Equinix, Inc.
Commission File No.: 000-31293
 
The following is a Customer Facing Fact Sheet first distributed internally by Equinix, Inc. on October 2, 2002:
 
Oasis Internal Fact Sheet
Customer Facing Organizations (Sales, Implementation)
 
Announcement Highlights:
 
 
 
Equinix to merge the assets of I-STT and Pihana Pacific into Equinix to become the largest, global network-neutral Internet exchange services company
 
 
 
New Equinix will provide customers in the U.S. and Asia with comprehensive and seamless network exchange and IT infrastructure services internationally
 
 
 
Equinix to substantially de-leverage the business; will retire more than $130 million of debt, including a portion of its Senior Notes and a paydown of its credit facility – result is a financially stable business long-term
 
 
 
$30 million cash investment from Singapore Technologies Telemedia
 
Customer QA
 
Why is this merger good for me, the customer?
The mergers leverage clear synergies between the businesses and create the largest global network neutral Internet exchange services company. Here is why this is important to customers:
 
Immediate extended reach:    Leveraging the established infrastructure of all three companies gives customers immediate access to additional key business markets and new services.
 
One-stop Internet infrastructure services:    Our extended geographic reach encompassing 14 Internet exchange (IBX) centers in six countries will provide customers with a single source—one vendor, one bill, consistent quality—solution for your Internet exchange and IT infrastructure services requirements in two major regions.
 
Stable financial base:    This agreement results in a financially strengthened business with a healthy balance sheet for future business growth and a larger revenue base with the