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OneSEOCompany launched turnkey SEO solution for small businesses

A new turnkey search engine optimization program that includes a one on one assistance has been launched by¬†OneSEOCompany.com. The Dallas-based company says it’s new solution will help small to medium sized companies achieve better search engine rankings.

Peak 10 expands its Charlotte campus with third data center

A third enterprise-class data center has been opened by the data center operator and managed services provider Peak 10. It is located on its Charlotte campus and with this addition, the total size of the campus now comes to nearly 70,000 square feet.

HeartInternet.co.uk launches reseller API

A UK-based web hosting provider¬†Heart Internet has launched its reseller hosting application programming interface (API). The API lets developers perform administrative tasks, register domain names, and setup hosting packages. It is backed by a full documentation including sample codes for Perl, Ruby, and PHP languages. The API is made available for free with any Reseller […]

Chinese micro-blogging sites shut down by government

Digu and Zuosa, Chinese micro-blogging websites similar to Twitter have been shut down by China’s government. The decision is a tactic on government’s campaign against online porn and it may be intended to clean the local internet environment of offensive material.

Amazon.com Sunday outage

Amazon Web Services detected a packet loss from around 12:30 to 12:45pm PDT on Sunday July 19. The outage affected CloudFront, the US Elastic Compute Cloud, Elastic MapReduce, and Mechanical Turk (Worker) services. This event follows a June 11 disruption when a lighting hit a single power distribution unit.

Microsoft’s conflicting reports on new data center in Brazil

Conflicting news about Microsoft‘s new data center in Brazil are being reported. While the president of Microsoft Latin America informed it will be ready later this year, the Microsoft Global Foundation told Data Center Knowledge that the reports are not true. If the reports are indeed valid, the facility is expected to host Microsoft’s online […]

Dotster social media effort changes focus after massive downtime

Dotster social media team is busy revising their marketing strategy after a fire in a facility that stores 500 of its company’s servers caused 27 hours of downtime for their clients. The company has launched a widespread social media campaign just days before the incident. Now, instead of a planned campaign, the priority is shifting […]

Level 3 to upgrade Phoenix ONE network connectivity

An internet service provider Level 3 Communications announced it will install a fiber connection to the new Phoenix ONE facility, recently opened by i/o Data Centers. With Level 3’s solutions, i/o Data Centers can deliver network connectivity up to 10 Gbps. The deal between the two companies also prevent backhaul charges and increase the cost-effectiveness […]

Microsoft’s monster size data center in Chicago to open July 20

Microsoft is planning to open a “mega” data center in Chicago, Illinois. A 700,000 square foot monster facility, powered by 60 megawatts, is scheduled to open on July 20. One of DC’s goals is to support the new search engine, Bing. The facility is optimized for housing containerized servers.

Business continuity found to be top priority in corporate America

A study by telecommunications provider AT&T, based on businesses with at least $25 million in revenue in the Baltimore/Washington, DC metropolitan areas, revealed that business continuity planning is top-ranked priority. 60 percent of companies are now also including wireless network capabilities as part of their plans for continuity.

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