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Tier1 Research to host Datacenter Transformation Summit

The details of the upcoming Datacenter Transformation Summit are now available. It will be held at the Santa Clara Marriott in Santa Clara, California, with Tier1 Research being the host (they also hosted the Summit two months ago in Las Vegas). Hosting and Colocation firms will attend the summit series with discussion surrounding the subjects […]

Twitter works to improve its “worst performing” social site image

So, the days of being constantly treated to the image of the soulful Twitter fail whale are in the past.  The main trending topic regarding Twitter isn’t so often pointing to “is Twitter down?” and, for the most part, social media addicts who savor each and every tweet are getting down to the business of […]

Digital Realty Trust expands with purchase of two more DCs

Two fully leased data center facilities has been acquired by Digital Realty Trust. Both are located in Santa Clara, California (1350 Duane Avenue and 3030 Raymond Street). The total cost for both acquisitions is $90.5 million. The two buildings were previously purchased four years ago by Inland Western Retail Real Estate Trust.

Digital Realty Trust buys two DCs for $44.3 million

Two California-based data centers have been acquired by a wholesale data center operator Digial Realty Trust. The company paid $44.3 million for both DCs located at 444 Toyama Drive facility in Sunnyvale and 1525 Comstock Street in Santa Clara. The size of each data center is approximately 42,000 square feet.

OnlineNIC to pay $33.15 million in damages to Verizon

Verizon has been awarded $33.15 million in damages by the Northern District of California federal court. Domain registrar OnlineNIC has to pay it due to cybersquatting 663 of it’s domain names. The domain names were either identical or similar compared to Verizon’s trademarks. OnlineNic also has to pay for Verizon legal costs.

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