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Mozilla adds new data center in Phoenix

An open-source software development company Mozilla has added its second data center location in Phoenix. The new facility will house approximately eighty servers and six racks. The new location was launched to support Mozilla’s DC in San Jose, CA. The company also has satellite locations in Beijing and Amsterdam.

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.

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.

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.

InetServices expands data center capacity to support its cloud infrastructure

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.

Internap to add 15,000 square feet to Seattle data center

Internap Network Services has announced it will add 15,000 sellable square feet of capacity to its Seattle data center. The expansion will cost the company over $20 million.

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.

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.

CoreSite to expand and make Reston DC more efficient

CoreSite announced its plan to expand its Northern Virginia data center in Reston. The expansion is scheduled to be completed later this year. This will reinforce energy efficiency that includes water-side economization and 95 percent-efficient UPS units. Previously, the company announced the completion of its Chicago data center.

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