Internap Network Services (Nasdaq: INAP) says revenues increased nearly 5 percent, to $34.2 million, over 2002 figures.

The company reported a loss of $12.4 million, or 8 cents a share, down $1.6 million from the last quarter of 2002.

The company, which provides intelligent routing services over the Internet, says it now has 1,389 customers – a gain of 116 for the quarter. New customers include Electronic Data Systems, CNET, Toyota Motors USA and Sprint Airlines.