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Chillers and fuel cells: the greening of the hosting industry continues
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
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WebhostingDay 2010: dates, location, speakers
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
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Web hosting socially and in the cloud in 2010
Wednesday, December 30, 2009
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One man’s data loss is another man’s lesson
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Internet Ireland gets a new owner

Internet Ireland has been sold by Independent News & Media to Digiweb. Internet Ireland is a company with a 15-year history, providing hosting and telecom solutions, such as managed email solutions and colocation. The staff of the acquired company is said to relocate to Digiweb’s offices in Dublin and its current customers can now access […]

Pronet Hosting buys CoolHandle

Pronethosting.net has completed the purchase of CoolHandle.com web hosting company, previously owned by Moniker, for the undisclosed amount. The deal positions Pronethosting.net expansion into the value-priced hosting industry. It will also be able to provide reseller, dedicated, and shared hosting to more than 100,000 domains.

Peak10 adds second DC near Atlanta

A second 10,000-square-feet data center has been added by Peak 10. Located in Norcross, Georgia, the cost of the expansion is estimated between $5 to 10 million. The company’s existing DC is roughly 60 to 70% full, so the delivered new space comes in time to accommodate the growing demand of its IT services.

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.

Web hosting socially and in the cloud in 2010

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 adds new Dell PowerVaults to their line

InetServices web hosting provider has added Dell PowerVault MD3000 and MD3000i modular disk storage array to their offering. Some of its customers sought these new models for more storage. The company has previously offered the MD1000 model for more than two years.

Gogax releases new customer portal

Gogax unveiled its new customer portal, in which it has improved on account management functions, detailed bandwidth reports, and operating system reloads. Before the official launch, customers tested the new portal to weed out bugs and test functionality. The new technology is offered at no cost with all regular server products.

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.

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