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TWIH: CyberHostPro launches Manchester DC; Energy Star rating metric coming soon

This week’s hosting news revolved heavily around the continued expansion of many companies and their data centers around the world, accompanied by news that an Energy Star rating metric for data centers is very close to completion.

InetServices launches dedicated site for cloud products lineup

InetServices launched a new website for their cloud computing solutions, making the understanding and choosing process more efficient for their customers. The company kicked off with three types of cloud infrastructure products: virtual machine hosting (with a starting cost of $99/mo), virtual private data centers and virtual storage.

Netfirms offers SSL certificates

Netfirms customers are now able to purchase SSL certificates. For as low as $20 per year, the company will automatically apply the certificate on a customer’s site after he or she fill out a form related to his or her domain name. The purchasing process is easily arranged through user control panel.

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.

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.

InetServices launches second data center in Massachusetts

A second data center has been opened by web hosting provider InetServices in Massachusetts. This expands the company’s total capacity to 6,000 servers. The facility offers more bandwidth connectivity and it is also the first part of company’s virtualization strategy. InetServices is planning to open its third data center by Q3 2010.

EPhost introduces new control panel; announces plan to offer cloud hosting

A new web hosting control panel has been introduced by EPhost. Some of its most prominent features is the ability to automatically install open-source applications such as WordPress, as well as backup/restore an entire website. The company announced its intention to release cloud hosting solutions offering in the near future.

LiquidWeb launches 80-million dollar DC in Michigan

A grand opening ceremony will take place today for Liquid Web’s new D3 data center in Lansing, Michigan. The $80 million facility is 90,000 square feet, designed to support company’s new propriety cloud computing product. D3 is the first cloud computing data center in the state of Michigan.

ServInt opens second data center in Los Angeles

A web hosting company ServInt has opened a data center in Los Angeles. ServInt LA is company’s second data center, with the first one located in Washington, D.C. The new DC will house company’s new and existing customers in western United States and Canada.

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