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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.

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 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.

iWeb makes staff position changes

A Canadian-based web hosting company iWeb has made some changes to their staff positions. A new position of Chief Technology Officer was introduced and given to former VP of IT and infrastructure Cyrille Mertes. The new position allows for greater cohesion between the company’s development, technology and infrastructure divisions.

McHugh Construction makes decision in favor of new data center

A 300,000 square-foot data center in downtown Chicago is being planned to be built by McHugh Construction. To be located close to a hotel and a convention center (2222 South Indiana Avenue), the company tried to sell the site a few times but the increasing demand for data center space made it revisit the concept […]

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.

Indiana University launches in-house data center

Indiana University‘s new $32.7 million data center, meant to store the university’s computer processing, data storage, and networking, is scheduled to open it’s doors on Thursday, November 5 in Bloomington. The gross size of the building is 82,700 square-feet. It is also designed to withstand tornado and other natural disasters. makes server leasing an option

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Voltaire releases Vantage 8500 high-density switch

Voltaire has recently released a high-density Layer 2 core switch Vantage 8500, which it plans to distribute partly through IBM. Since 2004, IBM has been selling switches from Voltaire, Juniper and Brocade Ethernet.

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