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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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Wednesday, December 30, 2009
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LotusLive iNotes from IBM goes live

IBM has released a web-based version of Lotus Notes called LotusLive iNotes. The product comes with direct competition to Hotmail and Google Apps. The company thinks recent Google outages will help its marketing efforts to win attention of some of the customers.

There’s green and then there’s not so green

With our recent look at the greening of the hosting industry and the growing concerns involving ethics among everyone from hardware manufacturers to data center designers, two news stories emerged this week that deserve a bit of attention under the same light. There is a huge effort taking place where these trends are concerned but, […]

Regatta Solutions to offer IBM’s DC management services

Regatta Solutions, a DC infrastructure solutions provider announced the launch of IBM’s Integrated System Managed Services, a server management services wrapped around a virtualized core infrastructure, full redundancy, highly scalable and quick deployment. This offering positions Regatta Solutions to provide mid-market customers with a flexible way to achieve high-availability, address security / availability concerns in […]

Latisys brings IBM’s iDataPlex server

Data center operator Latisys (formerly known as Managed Data Holdings) is expanding its data center platform with IBM’s iDataPlex server. It will also use IBM’s global capabilities to expand its hosting services that will include media and gaming groups. The iDataPlex server reduces energy consumption and increases compute density.

IBM to provide hosting and disaster recovery to Indian bank

IBM has signed a contract with Kurmanchal Nagar Sahakari Bank of India, in which the company will provide infrastructure hosting and disaster recovery to the financial institution. This news follows the IBM’s announcement that it will design and maintain three data centers in Delhi, Noida, and Mumbai.

IBM to purchase Sun?

IBM is out shopping again. After acquiring acquired Cognos, a Canadian software developer, last year for $5 billion, the technology giant made an offer to buy Sun Microsystems for at least $6.5 billion or double its closing price of $4.97.

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