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Interactive Data Corporation acquires 7Ticks

7ticks has been acquired by Interactive Data Corporation. While the details of the transaction were not disclosed, the acquisition is expected to be completed by early 2010. 7ticks expertise include providing propriety trading groups, clearing firms, and market makers with proximity hosting and support services. It is headquartered in Chicago, with additional hosting facilities in […]

McHugh Construction makes decision in favor of new data center

A 300,000 square-foot data center in downtown Chicago is being planned to be built by McHugh Construction. To be located close to a hotel and a convention center (2222 South Indiana Avenue), the company tried to sell the site a few times but the increasing demand for data center space made it revisit the concept […]

Rackspace’s Chicago data center

An announcement has been made by Rackspace Hosting that it has leased a facility in Chicago for a new data center. The size of the rented space is 36,700 square feet and it operates with 5.633 megawatts of critical load. It will go online later this year.

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.

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