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Equinix to build another data center in Geneva

An international data center operator Equinix has announced plans to build another DC in Geneva, Switzerland. The new data center is part of company’s 1.4 billion-dollar expansion program. The projected size of the new DC will be 48,400 square foot.

NaviSite opens new data center in Charlotte

Managed hosting provider NaviSite has opened a new data center in Charlotte. The company now operates 16 data centers located in the United States and United Kingdom, with a total cumulative area exceeding 223,000 square feet.

DataSite Orlando gets an investment boost

DataSite Orlando has signed a contract with a large corporation that remained confidential that will involve in latter investing over $26 million into mechanical and electrical infrastructure upgrades of the data center.

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.

Google implements free cooling technology in Belgium DC

Google has followed Microsoft in implementing free cooling technology in their Belgium data center. Windows-maker relies mostly on free cooling (when a DC relies on outside air 95% of the time, and saving water and power) in its Dublin data center location.

Horizon Data opens second DC after first reaches its capacity

A second Dallas-based data center was opened by Horizon Data Center Solutions. Company’s first 25,000 square feet data center in Dallas reached its capacity approximately two months ago. Additionally, several thousand square feet has already been leased in the second data center, which is of the same size as Horizon Data’s first DC.

Interxion expands its Madrid, London datacenters

Interxion has expanded its data center in Spain by 4,921 square feet, shortly after company’s London data center was also expanded by 4,300 square feet. This news follows an announcement that Interxion’s Madrid data center sold 60 percent of its capacity.

Secure-24 opens new data center in Michigan, creates 250 jobs

A new data center was opened for managed hosting services and disaster recovery provider Secure-24. The data center, which was named the Wayne County Technology Resource Center is located in Plymouth Township. An 18,000 square-foot facility will increase the attractiveness of the region and create over 250 jobs.

GoDaddy to open a data center in Netherlands

Data Center Knowledge reports that Go Daddy is opening a new data center in Netherlands. It is designed to improve the experience of European users that browse their hosted websites.

Playing host to the recession

As the global recession continues to ebb and flow, the hosting sector fluctuates also, bringing us stories of great loss and unexpected buy-outs alongside stories of unimaginable growth and continued investment. Between the recent halt on construction of Amazon’s huge Oregon data center to the acquisitions and general company growth plans issued this week, the […]

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