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Highwinds acquires BandCon

Internet infrastructure service provider BandCon has been acquired by Highwinds. BandCon’s Content Delivery System compliments the new owner’s multiplatform IP service products. IP transit and transport services, content storage services, and content delivery services are some of the products of the newly merged company.

TWIH: CloudLinux offers fix for unstable hosting environments

Linux-for-hosting operating system developer CloudLinux has issued a white paper detailing the findings of a study the company conducted aimed at learning more about how to balance server load in situations faced by shared hosting firms, offering insight into the issues faced and potential solutions to help providers tackle them.

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.

DataSite Orlando gets an investment boost

DataSite Orlando has signed a contract with a large corporation that remained confidential that will involve in latter investing over $26 million into mechanical and electrical infrastructure upgrades of the data center.

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.

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