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StrataScale Announces Expansion into New Northern Virginia Data Center

June 23, 2011 by · Comments Off on StrataScale Announces Expansion into New Northern Virginia Data Center 

Webmaster ToolboxSACRAMENTO, CA – StrataScale, Inc. announced today the expansion into a data center building in Northern Virginia owned and operated by its parent company. StrataScale’s cloud and server hosting business growth in Northern California has been dramatic and resulted in numerous expansions in terms of its sales team, suite of products and executive management. The data center addition is in line with the company’s overall sales projections and corporate goals.

With utilization of the Ashburn facility, StrataScale now offers a greater geographic reach in delivering its innovative fully automated, fully integrated, and self-managed IaaS. The robust product offering of dedicated server and cloud hosting solutions, as well as colocation services, through a single portal interface is a powerful combination to meet the IT infrastructure needs and challenges of business today. Read more

CoreLink Data Centers Expands Las Vegas Data Center Facility

May 26, 2011 by · Comments Off on CoreLink Data Centers Expands Las Vegas Data Center Facility 

Webmaster ToolboxMT. PROSPECT, Ill – CoreLink Data Centers, LLC announced that it has earmarked additional capital to increase the amount of power and cooling at the company’s Las Vegas data center by 1 Megawatt (MW), facilitating strong existing client growth at the facility while enabling CoreLink to continue to serve higher density new customers.

The expansion will also provide sufficient data center cooling capacity for all customers. Also included is the installation of additional generator capacity for N+1 redundancy in support of critical backup systems. The process will facilitate easy upgrade migration enabling CoreLink to increase future UPS capacity. Read more

Cisco Delivers Containerized Data Center

May 9, 2011 by · Comments Off on Cisco Delivers Containerized Data Center 

Webmaster ToolboxSAN JOSE, Calif. – Cisco unveiled the Cisco® Containerized Data Center to address the evolving computing and networking needs of both public and private sector organizations.  Designed and manufactured in the United States, the Cisco Containerized Data Center is a modular data center solution in a weatherized ISO container that offers an open architecture and transportable platform coupled with a unique management platform for cost-effective data center deployments. Designed to help meet the unique needs of government and commercial organizations for mobile rapid deployment, disaster recovery, support in remote areas, and better cost utilization, the Cisco Containerized Data Center offers efficient continuity of operations, increased energy efficiency, increased power density and reduced risk.

According to a recent report from Pike Research, global investment in energy-efficient data center technologies is set to reach 28 percent of the $150 billion data center infrastructure market by 2015. Designed to efficiently use power in meeting cooling and serviceability requirements, the Cisco Containerized Data Center extends the capabilities of traditional brick-and-mortar data centers, including a more energy-efficient platform that lowers operating expenses and decreases the environmental impact. Read more

Data Center Carbon and Water Efficiency featured at European Conference

April 19, 2011 by · Comments Off on Data Center Carbon and Water Efficiency featured at European Conference 

Hosting Services – New measurements for data centre efficiency defined by industry alliance The Green Grid, will feature in a plenary debate at the 7th annual DataCentres 2011

The Green Grid consortium, which developed the widely used PUE metric for measuring energy efficiency in data centres, has launched new metrics to address carbon emissions and water usage. Carbon usage efficiency – CUE – is intended to help managers determine the amount of greenhouse gas emissions generated in delivering work from the IT gear in a data centre facility. Read more

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