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Highbridge Business Park secures $255M in financing for a new DC

Highbridge Business Park, a UK-based data center provider has secured financing in the amount of $255 million in to build a new DC at Cobalt Park, North Tyneside, UK. The funding for a new 45,875 square feet data center came from a group of investors from Chancery Tax.

Carbon calculator for data centers

A new online tool have been launched that lets managers of North American data centers check how much free cooling is available. With free cooling, the lifespan of data center facilities could extend. It can also reduce energy consumption and related costs. A “carbon calculator” tool was released by Rackspace two months ago.

AdaptivCool bets on Bluestone to improve HotSpotr

AdaptivCool has partnered with Bluestone Energy Services in order to provide their HotSpotr HT-710 with more than 1300 CFM. With a single motor and a backward-curved blower, it can move cold air to cold aisles or return hot air to CRAC. It also features a stand-alone mode and a networked mode. According to the company, […]

Intermedia’s new DC targets small and mid-sized businesses

A new data center for Intermedia has been announced by the company. Built to meet the demand of small- and mid-sized businesses, the new location is operated by Switch and Data which offers 200 watts per square foot of power. Intermedia’s data centers are rated tier-4. It offers 99.999 percent uptime guarantee.

Google’s portable data center containers confirmed

Google has confirmed that it used portable data center containers in its first data center project in 2005. Portable data centers has been gaining in popularity among large tech firms for the past few years. Google did not specify the location of the containers, but industry specialists believe they are probably used in Dalles, Oregon.

New CyrusOne data center

CyrusOne will build a new 50,000 square-foot data center in Austin, Texas. Located in Austin’s data center business park, it will have two substations that will be able to receive power of up to 400 watts from separate sources.

Wayback Machine’s new DC demands

A new data center will be opened for Internet Archive organization. It will store two petabytes of data for its now famous digital time capsule called the Wayback Machine, which houses 85 billion archived web pages dated since 1996.

Cisco’s new data center game plan

Cisco announced its new data center strategy called Unified Computing System, which unites things such as network and storage access in a single efficient system. This approach can reduce IT infrastructure costs and help customers develop efficient data centers.

abeo colocates at Consonus DC

Managed server provider Consonus will be providing colocation services to abeo. It will host the company’s data and IT equipment at Salt Lake City, Utah. Consonus has three data center facilities in Utah and several in Colorado, Massachusetts, and Ohio. It also has a new data center in North Carolina which boost its disaster recovery […]

Netfirms goes for more office space. Again.

Netfirms announced that it has moved and expanded its new data center in Markham, which is company’s fifth expansion of office space in 11 years. Netfirms also plans a launch of a Tier 1 data center with a 40,000 server capacity. Company’s new enterprise grid hosting platform was showcased last month at a conference in Toronto, Ontario.

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