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Ebay’s new Utah DC

A data center has been opened by eBay in South Jordan, Utah. The $287 million facility measures 240,000 square foot and has 20,000 square foot data center halls. It has 7.2MW of energy capacity and is 50 percent less expensive to operate compared to all other DCs that the company leases today.

Microsoft’s second data center in Quincy, Washington

A second data center is being built for Microsoft in Quincy, Washington. Last summer, an announcement was made by the company that its Azure platform would be moved out of its first Quincy data center. The existing data center is powered by hydroelectricity, offering high server utilization and real-time system monitoring.

Comwired to launch advanced DNS services under new domain

The acquisition of a premium domain name has one web services provider looking to extend its offerings in a big way, helping to pave the way for more user-friendly technical offerings in the world of often confusing but always necessary domain name services (DNS).

HP delivers innovative all-inclusive networking solutions

Hewlett-Packard, always at the forefront of technology solutions manufacturing, has announced its latest comprehensive edge-to-core networking portfolio, aiming to provide networks with higher speeds and lower energy costs through its own ProCurve technology combined with technology recently acquired from 3Com.

Telorean opens $15-million data center in Houston

A 90,000 square foot data center has been opened in Houston, Texas by Telorean, an IT systems firm. It extends the company’s position in terms of providing a resilient infrastructure. The current headquarters of the company is in Seattle, Washington. Hosting, applications, and networking are some of the services of the new $15-million DC.

Peer 1 expands partner strategy

Peer 1 has launched a channel sales division in support of company’s overall strategy to grow and support Peer1 partners. Peer 1 hopes to increase its channel business revenue to 50 percent before 2016. The company is also planning to roll out a new partner portal next month.

IBM to provide hosting for Hilton Worldwide

Leading technology and IT services provider IBM has secured a major deal with Hilton Worldwide that will see it deploy and manage the hospitality giant’s vision of the technological future of it’s offerings.

Fuscan: cloud automation made easier than ever

The ever-growing cloud hosting industry has seen many hundreds of new entrants vying for customer’s dollars over the past few years, increasing competition and forcing new startups to be sure that they are offering their customers something unique, useful and outside of the box.

Qwest pushes integrated video, email and voice on mobiles

Qwest has launched a new unified communications service called iQ Hosted Unified Communications, which integrates video, email, and voice services, and makes them available on mobile phones, computers and land-line phones. According to the press release, the service is now available to more than 70,000 faculty, students, and staff across four campuses.

AboveNet’s contract with IPR International

IPR International will have AboveNet provide multi-state, high-bandwidth connectivity to its data centers. It will link IPR facilities in Philadelphia with IPR’s data center in Wilmington, DE.

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