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Tuesday, February 23, 2010
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WebhostingDay 2010: dates, location, speakers
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HP delivers innovative all-inclusive networking solutions

Hewlett-Packard, always at the forefront of technology solutions manufacturing, has announced its latest comprehensive edge-to-core networking portfolio, aiming to provide networks with higher speeds and lower energy costs through its own ProCurve technology combined with technology recently acquired from 3Com.

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.

PRIMERGY Cloud eXtension server from Fujitsu saves costs

Fujitsu has introduced PRIMERGY Cloud eXtension server which is a server that delivers as much computing power per square foot as possible with the cheapest price. With 38 server nodes in a single rack, up to 20 percent will be saved in power and cooling costs, compared to an assembly of standard rack server. The […]

Yahoo! invests in new DC to support email and search engine services

Yahoo! has launched a new data center and a customer care center in La Vista, Nebraska – an investment worth $100 million. The facility will hold approximately 100,000 servers and will be operated by 50 employees, making it the company’s biggest data center to date. It will support the company’s core product offerings such as […]

SingleHop’s Tandem server reseller program to launch January 2010

Web hosting provider Single Hop is getting ready for the launch of its reseller program called Tandem. The new platform will give resellers access to LEAP Webtop interface that includes live inventory feed and auto provisioning as well as decommissioning of servers. The company is planning to make Tandem available in January 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.

Rackspace Survey: IT managers hate server-shopping

Apparently, every second IT manager wishes to never have to buy another server. According to a new Rackspace Hosting survey of 441 IT managers, 61% of them said that one of their biggest challenges is “time to drive innovation”, followed by “hassle of managing servers”, mentioned by 58% of responders.

SuperbInternet.com makes server leasing an option

If you want to own a server, rather than essentially renting one, then Superb Internet, one of the pioneering web hosting and domain registrar companies, might have something you’ll be interested in.

1&1 chooses Nimsoft for server monitoring

Web hosting company 1&1 Internet has picked Nimsoft monitoring solution for thousands of its servers. 1&1 has approximately 8 million customers and 10 millions managed domains. 1&1 hopes that this deal would reduce administrative time and expense and also increase the availability and performance of its services.

MySpace makes their servers green

MySpace has recently installed Fusion-io flash memory cached servers at its data center in order to reduce costs and carbon footprint. It previously had multiple racks of 2U rackmount servers. With server changes, the racks are now smaller and they can hold 1U servers.

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