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SharkSpace gives customers option on hosting location

SharkSpace now offers customers the ability to choose where they want their sites’ servers to be: Central USA, East Coast USA and West Coast USA. The option is useful since visitors can load their webpages faster if they are near the locations of the servers. West Coast USA is ideal for Asia, Russia and Australia. […]

Latisys brings IBM’s iDataPlex server

Data center operator Latisys (formerly known as Managed Data Holdings) is expanding its data center platform with IBM’s iDataPlex server. It will also use IBM’s global capabilities to expand its hosting services that will include media and gaming groups. The iDataPlex server reduces energy consumption and increases compute density.

LiquidWeb brings Plest Panel to its Linux servers

LiquidWeb announced it will offer Parallels Plesk Panel version 9.0 on all its servers in the next few weeks. Previously, the panel was only available on LiquidWeb’ Windows servers. With 9th version of the software, the company will be able to extend the offering on Linux-based servers which account for about 80% of company’s total […]

New enterprise product line from Dell

Dell has unveiled 14 new enterprise products which ranges from blade and web servers to software and services. The new PowerEdge servers offer optimized virtualization, usability capabilities and Intel’s latest Xeon processors. Model R710 provides the best performance per watt in the industry. The M-series blade arhitecture is 27 percent cheaper than HP’s c-Class.

Limestone launches new enterprise servers

An “Elite Series” line of enterprise servers has been launched by Limestone Networks. This line will consists of Xeon 5400 series, dual processors which can support over 48GB RAM on a single server. The Xeon 5400 series processors operate up to 3.0 GHz and are also equipped with Western Digital RE3 drives.

LeaseWeb partners with Hewlett-Packard

Netherlands-based LeaseWeb has partnered with Hewlett-Packard. LeaseWeb will provide HP with solutions to reduce energy consumption of its hosting infrastructure. LeaseWeb customers will also continue on using HP’s Factory Express services due to this deal. Also, LeaseWeb will start to offer HP’s Green IT products such as HP ProLiant Servers models DL120 and DL180.

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