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Logic Solutions merges with Arachne Web

Logic Solutions announced that it has merged with Arachne Web Technologies. The deal benefits the customers of Arachne since they can now access the extensive resources of Logic Solutions, which employs over 120 people. The company has headquarters in Ann Arbor and Michigan. It also has offices in Nanjing, China and Shanghai, Beijing.

HostDime opens sixth international division in India

American hosting services provider HostDime has continued its growth outside of its home base with the announcement this week of the launch of HostDime India, the company’s sixth international division. With a keen eye for new markets with the most potential, CEO Emmanuel Vivar and his team have already launched HostDime divisions in Joao Pessoa, […]

Payback for rewarding censorship?

Two of the world’s top domain name registrars were in the news this week for breaches in security. and Network Solutions both share the shameful position of being compromised. For, the lack of maintaining a secured DNS for major Chinese search engine Baidu created an unfortunate set of circumstances. As for dual registrar […]

.CN domain registrations suspended

China’s Internet Affairs organization CNNIC has suspended overseas registrars from registering a .cn domain name. The decision was based on often usage of such domains in pornography and illegal activities. Many networks outside China started to prevent emails from going to its destinations if they contain a link to a .cn domain.

Unisys takes Starbucks DC to China

Unisys Corporation won a 2-year contract to provide Starbucks with data center services. It enables the coffee giant company to work with just a single vendor for its data center support and service desk. The DC, surprisingly, is located in China and this news allows Starbucks to expand its existence in China.

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.

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