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Demon Internet user details leaked

Critical personal details of Demon Internet users have been leaked via email. The event was blamed on a human error. The director of customer service for the company sent an email to thousands of business and government subscribers that was intended to promote a new e-billing system. According to the statement issued by the company, […]

Yahoo’s hosting business for sale

Two unnamed sources said Yahoo is looking for offers between $350 million to $500 million for its Small Business hosting branch. According to sources, potential buyers do not want to bid because the valuation is too high. Yahoo is also selling its job search site HotJobs and email/calendar groupware Zimbra.

Interxion expands its Madrid, London datacenters

Interxion has expanded its data center in Spain by 4,921 square feet, shortly after company’s London data center was also expanded by 4,300 square feet. This news follows an announcement that Interxion’s Madrid data center sold 60 percent of its capacity.

Secure-24 opens new data center in Michigan, creates 250 jobs

A new data center was opened for managed hosting services and disaster recovery provider Secure-24. The data center, which was named the Wayne County Technology Resource Center is located in Plymouth Township. An 18,000 square-foot facility will increase the attractiveness of the region and create over 250 jobs.

Infinera opens office in Ottawa, hires engineers

Infinera has announced that it has expanded its networking research and development team. A new design center will also be opened in Ottawa, Canada. The city was chosen due to its longtime center for optical networking development. Currently, the company is developing a 400 Gb/s photonic integrated circuit and is looking for additional engineers to […]

GNAX’ new 10 GB IP connection

Colocation provider Internap has partnered with a dedicated server provider Global Net Access (GNAX). Internap will provide GNAX with a 10 GB IP connection, which will increase performance of the Gold Network in GNAX.

GoDaddy to open a data center in Netherlands

Data Center Knowledge reports that Go Daddy is opening a new data center in Netherlands. It is designed to improve the experience of European users that browse their hosted websites.

LeaseWeb’s customer support department gets upgraded

The customer support department of LeaseWeb has been upgraded in response to a survey of over 1,300 customers who filled out the survey. Results showed a 20% increase in “fully satisfied” customers. The company enrolled its support engineers in training courses to improve their skills and ability. The company has also launched its search for […]

Equinix buys GI Partners data center in Frankfurt

The Frankfurt data center that belonged to GI Partners has been sold by the company to Equinix (Holding) BV. It is GI’s last remaining Fund 1 property which consists of 96,000 net square feet. GI’s debut fund is now valued at over $1 billion in cash from an investment of $280 million. The company is […] users get short URL service have partnered with WordPress CMS to create an URL shortening service in blog posts. This makes posting long URLs easier on sites such as Facebook and Twitter. The short links are approximately 70 percent smaller according to the co-founder of WordPress. The service only works with URLs and the links are permanent.

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