DediPower has opened its third data center in the United Kingdom. The Tier 3 DC can store 200 additional racks and it will meet the requirements of company’s growing hosting business. Earlier this year, the company added managed private cloud solutions to its line of offerings. The new facility is located at Reading while the […]
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.
Dell launched new cloud servers at San Francisco during the “Solutions for the Vitual Era” product launch event. Initially, the company will partner with Joyent for its cloud platform for web applications. This deal will mean offering a service solution via private platform. The company is also partnering with ISVs which includes Aster Data and […]
The New York Times has released the results of their annual survey of the best places to work in the latest edition of the Sunday Times and web hosting and cloud services provider Rackspace has earned honors in several categories, including top spot in the ranking of IT services companies. The honors mark the third […]
Parallels has introduced a bare-metal hypervisor solution for Apple Xserve systems. This product offers greater performance and hot migration to users, which lets a user migrate a system without going offline. The introduction also presents cloud services providers an opportunity to diversify their product offerings. GoDaddy is among companies that plan to support Parallels’ Server […]
Good or bad, cloud computing is making its way into just about every agency, business, and organization that could use a bit of off-site data storage. The route to good usage of cloud computing could be in its gradual adoption. Rather than placing all of one’s eggs in one basket, taking them a few at […]
InetServices launched a new website for their cloud computing solutions, making the understanding and choosing process more efficient for their customers. The company kicked off with three types of cloud infrastructure products: virtual machine hosting (with a starting cost of $99/mo), virtual private data centers and virtual storage.
Making predictions for web hosting in the coming year is a bit like playing Pin the Tail on the Donkey – odds are if you do it enough, you will hit on something that will pertain to the masses. The two most often mentioned trends for 2010 are cloud computing and social media integration.
InetServices, which offers dedicated and managed hosting solutions, recently announced that they have opened a second data center in the Boston area, which the company said would go online on January 1, 2010.
A new web hosting control panel has been introduced by EPhost. Some of its most prominent features is the ability to automatically install open-source applications such as WordPress, as well as backup/restore an entire website. The company announced its intention to release cloud hosting solutions offering in the near future.