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Peak 10 credit facility expanded

Peak 10‘s credit facility was expanded to $95 million. The company has seen a significant growth last year due to few data center acquisitions, including Louisville and Fort Lauderdale locations. Previously, Peak 10 has also launched two green DCs.

Wind turbines power Illinois data center

Other World Computing has become the first data center to be powered entirely using on-site wind turbines. The company started to use a wind turbine that measures 131-foot tall in October. The chief executive officer of the company said the decision is based on conservational benefits and future cost of energy.

Datalink buys reseller business unit Incentra

Data center infrastructure and services provider Datalink has bought Incentra, a data center solutions provider, for $8.8 million. According to Datalink’s announcement, Incentra’s business will be integrated with Datalink completely within 90 days.

Megacenter @ Mid Dulles – a new Washington DC

A new 150,000 square foot data center will be constructed in 2011 at Sterling, Washington. It will be the second building at 22570 Shaw Road and will be named Megacenter @ Mid Dulles.

Microsoft acquired Opalis Software

Data center management software firm Opalis Software is now a property of Microsoft. This deal will strengthen the company’s System Center line and some of Opalis’ software will be introduced into the System Center itself gradually. The acquisition will bring together Opalis’ expertise of deep data center automation with System Center’s management capabilities.

Interxion’s new data center near Paris

The new Interxion data center 5.8 miles off center of Paris is now fully operational. The Saint Denis 26,240 square foot DC comes only a few months after the company opened its PAR 6 data center in Ivry-sur-Seine, a suburb in Paris.

IBM opens a cloud laboratory, plans to launch new cloud computing DC

A new cloud lab has been opened by IBM in Hong Kong, the first cloud laboratory in the country. The company has also announced a new data center to be built in Auckland, New Zealand, which is expected to open next year to support a cloud computing infrastructure.

IBM adds partnerships to increase DC energy efficiency

IBM has made the announcement at Gartner’s 28th Annual Data Center Conference that it has extended and added new partnerships for increasing energy efficiency, which will in return provide their clients with more flexible options in optimizing the cost of data centers. Anixter, CommScope, Eaton Corporation, and Vette Corp are some of the companies that […]

OnlineTech closes Ann Arbor data center

Managed data center operator Online Tech is shutting down its oldest, smallest, and least efficient data center – the Ann Arbor data center. One of the reasons is that the DC no longer meets the company’s high-end infrastructure standards. All current clients will be moved to a more environmentally friendly data center.

Horizon Data Center lands $7.5 million in funding

$7.5 million in institutional funding has been secured by Horizon Data Center Solutions to finance the addition of new facilities and expand its managed IT services which includes its platform for private cloud computing.

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