Phoenix data center, web hosting operator acquired by Virginia firm

Virginia-based LeaseWeb USA Inc. has acquired Phoenix-based Nobis Technology Group LLC, including its brand Ubiquity Hosting. http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/blog/techflash/2016/03/phoenix-data-center-web-hosting-operator-acquired.html Continue Reading →

Canadian Web Hosting Continues Infrastructure Expansion to Deliver Enterprise-Ready Services to Customers

Source: Canadian Web Hosting Continues Infrastructure Expansion to Deliver Enterprise-Ready Services to Customers Continue Reading →

Symantec partners with hosting providers to offer free TLS certificates to websites | PCWorld

Symantec will offer free basic SSL/TLS certificates to domain owners through Web hosting companies that join its new Encryption Everywhere program. Source: Symantec partners with hosting ... Continue Reading →

Telecom operator opens new data center in Romania’s Cluj-Napoca

Telecom operator GTS Telecom, which is part of Deutsche Telekom group, opened a data center in Cluj-Napoca, north-west of Romania, following an investment of EU Source: Telecom operator ... Continue Reading →

As turnkey data center options grow, so do deployment challenges

Enterprises find themselves with a number of deployment options for a turnkey data center, and ideally, one meets their needs. Source: As turnkey data center options grow, so do deployment ... Continue Reading →

CME agrees to sale-leaseback of its data center with third-party provider

CME Group has agreed to sell its suburban Chicago data center in Aurora, Illinois, to global data center provider CyrusOne. Under the terms of the deal, CyrusOne will pay $130 million ... Continue Reading →

Modular data center startup gets funding

Packing data centers in shipping containers is gaining traction. Source: Modular data center startup gets funding Continue Reading →

Rackspace Elbows Its Way Back Into The Cloud

That Rackspace (NYSE:RAX) has pretty much given up on its fight against Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) is an old story. The company is now trying to position itself ... Continue Reading →

ServerHub Goes Sleepless in Seattle. Expanding into the Emerald City

ServerHub, a privately held Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider that specializes in dedicated server and cloud based virtualization applications, today announced that it has ... Continue Reading →

Switch adding jobs, data center near Grand Rapids

Construction is taking place at the site of a tech company’s expansion into western Michigan and the data center is on track to open this year. Roger Martin, a spokesman for the ... Continue Reading →
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