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Data center to power hundreds of homes

Finnish-based IT provider Academia has partnered with Helsingin Energia, one of Helsinki’s district heating network operators, to transform a former bomb shelter beneath a cathedral into a data center – part power plant. Company projects that hundreds of homes will receive the extra heat coming from the DC.

Storms causes data center downtime

Severe weather in Northern California is taking its tall on data center performance. NaviSite‘s San Jose facility experienced multiple downtime starting around fifteen minutes before 5 o’clock Pacific Standard Time. An estimated total of 500 customers were affected by 17 outages. The following day at noon, NaviSite posted in its blog that its DC continues […]

Wind turbines power Illinois data center

Other World Computing has become the first data center to be powered entirely using on-site wind turbines. The company started to use a wind turbine that measures 131-foot tall in October. The chief executive officer of the company said the decision is based on conservational benefits and future cost of energy.

Woodforest National Bank moves to CyrusOne data center

CyrusOne was selected by Woodforest National Bank as its data center partner. The services for the Texas-based bank will be provided at the Austin data center of CyrusOne, which features a fully redundant 2N configuration and multiple levels of uninterruptible power.

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