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  • Equinix Adding A New Data Center Building at the Dallas Infomart 20 February
    Equinix will invest $138 million to create a second data center building in the parking lot alongside the existing Dallas Infomart, expanding capacity at one of the industry's iconic carrier hotels.
    Rich Miller
  • Power Deal: Legrand to Acquire Universal Electric 20 February
    Legrand said Tuesday that it is acquiring Universal Electric Corporation, makers of the Starline busway products that provide overhead power connections for data center racks.
    Rich Miller
  • What 5G Will Mean to The Data Center Industry 19 February
    5G wireless is expected to increase the volume of mobile data. Here's a closer look at the timing of the 5G rollout and what all that data traffic will mean for data centers.
    Rich Miller
  • Weighing the Benefits of Colocation: Build a Data Center or Go Colo? 18 February
    As big data continues to explode, many more enterprises are having to make a decision: partner with a colocation provider or go it on their own, building and operating a new data center. A recent white paper from Server Technology weighs the benefits of colocation and lays out the pros and cons of both paths.
    Sarah Rubenoff
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  • CAPRE’s Northern California Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure Summit Preview: Q&A with Svein Hagaseth, Green Mountain Data Center 20 February
    SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Svein Atle Hagaseth is the Senior Vice President for North America at Green Mountain Data Center, Ltd. With two data centers in Norway and plans to develop in other regions, Green Mountain Data Centers design, build, and operate high-security, robust wholesale colocation data centers that operate on 100% low-cost, renewable power […]
    Josh Anderson
  • Pulse Secure Unveils Secure Access Platform 20 February
    SAN JOSE, CA — Today, Pulse Secure Pulse announced via a blogpost their SDP — their Software Defined Perimeter solution. The Pulse SDP marks an important milestone in realizing greater productivity and achieve holistic, Zero Trust security. It demonstrates our commitment to customers to provide superior access usability, capability and investment protection. “With Pulse SDP, […]
    Josh Anderson
  • Legrand, North and Central America, to Acquire Universal Electric Corporation 20 February
    WEST HARTFORD, CT — Legrand, North and Central America, an innovation leader in power, light and data technologies for homes, workplaces, and data centers, and a global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures, will acquire Universal Electric Corporation. UEC is a global leader in the development of flexible, customizable power distribution systems, and manufacturer […]
    Josh Anderson
  • Munters to Cease EMEA Data Center Operations 20 February
    STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN — Munters, the international air conditioning and climate control specialist based in Sweden, revealed in their 2018 earning results will be winding down its data center business in Europe and the Middle East. The news follows a disappointing final quarter of 2018, in which they reported a hefty loss. As part of that […]
    Josh Anderson
  • CyrusOne Announces Hyperscale Expansion in Silicon Valley 20 February
    SANTA CLARA, CA — CyrusOne has purchased 8 acres of land in Santa Clara to locate the second data center for CyrusOne in Santa Clara. This acreage will be adjacent to the company’s existing land parcel that is currently under construction. Combined, the CyrusOne Santa Clara Data Center campus will be the largest mission-critical concentration […]
    Josh Anderson
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  • Five Things to Consider When Choosing the Right Colocation Partner 20 February
    By Darren Watkins, Managing Director of VIRTUS Data Centres A few years ago, you may have heard it said that colocation is dead, and that cheap cloud computing would take its place. But it’s clear today that colocation is not going anywhere. In fact, in the face of industry skepticism, analysts across the industry predict […]
    Samantha Booth
  • Investigating the Critical Opportunities Waiting at the Edge 20 February
    While we’ve all heard of the edge and the benefits it promises, the use cases and adaptability that comes with proximity and still being explored, and new applications are still cropping up. Of course, while focusing on the edge and how to best deliver on client and end-user demands, there are a multitude of factors […]
    Samantha Booth
  • Power to the People: How Peter Hannaford Reinvents Recruitment 20 February
    Across the world, the fabric of individuals that makes up the data center sector is full of unique minds, inspirational ideas and tireless work ethics. The achievements experienced every day in the data center industry would not be possible without an environment in which every individual can exercise their personal talents and thoughts to create […]
    Samantha Booth
  • How Chayora Designs for Data Centers in 2040 19 February
    While the many buzzwords, like the Internet of Things (IoT), edge, hyperscale and beyond, are flying, the data center industry is at work trying to navigate, pivot and prepare for the future before it even arrives. When it comes to planning where the chips may fall, there is much to discuss. Luckily, PTC’19’s panel, titled […]
    Samantha Booth
  • IPv4.Global Announces the San Francisco Good Netizen Awards Finalists 18 February
    Originally published to TelecomNewsroom.  IPv4.Global, an operating unit of Hilco Streambank, recently announced the finalists for the next installment of their IPv4.Global Good Netizen Awards (GNAs). These awards, coinciding with the San Francisco, CA meeting of NANOG 75, which takes place February 18-20, 2019, honors three organizations serving the local San Francisco community: ShelterTech, The […]
    Samantha Booth

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