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Dallas Alcatel to be transformed into DC for Digital Realty Trust

A former Alcatel campus near Dallas, Texas will be transformed into a massive data center for Digital Realty Trust. The company acquired three data centers this month in Santa Clara. The construction and operation of the upcoming data center will bring 172 jobs this year and over 1,200 jobs through 2015.

Data Foundry’s new greenfield DC

Plans for a new greenfield data center has been announced by Data Foundry. The new data center of the colocation provider measures 250,000 square feet and it is worth $150 million. Construction begins in two months and will end by the second quarter next year. It will become the Texas region’s only purpose-built, carrrier-neutral data […]

Telorean opens $15-million data center in Houston

A 90,000 square foot data center has been opened in Houston, Texas by Telorean, an IT systems firm. It extends the company’s position in terms of providing a resilient infrastructure. The current headquarters of the company is in Seattle, Washington. Hosting, applications, and networking are some of the services of the new $15-million DC.

Stream Data Centers’s new data center in Texas

Stream Data Centers is building a single story data center in Richardson, Texas. A 20,000 square feet facility is scheduled to open in August and can be controlled by up to four tenants. It is designed to withstand 125 mph winds and its security features include biometric scanners and internal and external cameras.

Hosting sector sees criminal intrigue

An American cyber-crime drama focused on the hosting industry has been unfolding this month with reports surfacing that the criminal parties have been arrested, bringing to a close a technological intrigue spanning two countries and a normally quiet sector of the technology industry.

HostingCon 2010 to be held in Texas

iNET Interactive announced that HostingCon 2010 will take place in Austin, Texas from July 19 to July 21. The event is designed for infrastructure providers such as web hosts, ISPs, and data centers. The location is easily accessible and technologically-focused. The city is also one of the top technology cities in the United States. A […]

Baronyx is building a wind powered data center

A 28,000 square-foot data center, fully powered by wind, will be built in Stratford, Texas for Baronyx.  It will initially be powered by 150 onshore wind turbines. Each of those turbines are capable of producing between 3.3 to 6 MW of power. 450 additional turbines will be added later in the Gulf of Mexico.

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.

New CyrusOne data center

CyrusOne will build a new 50,000 square-foot data center in Austin, Texas. Located in Austin’s data center business park, it will have two substations that will be able to receive power of up to 400 watts from separate sources.

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