Server-Logix Announces New Partnership With SoftLayer

May 17, 2011 by · Comments Off on Server-Logix Announces New Partnership With SoftLayer 

Webmaster ToolboxBOLTON, ONTARIO – Server-Logix, a Nuisoft hosting division announces it’s long awaited partnership with the leader of the high end dedicated server, SoftLayer Technologies Inc. Nuisoft Systems Inc. is a registered partner of many advanced and innovative corporations including Microsoft, 3Com, Ubuntu, Redhat, and others. Since 2006, Server-Logix have offered complex and innovating solutions for personal, small buisness, and corporate by operating out of data centers located in Montreal and Toronto.. This partnership will allow Server-Logix to offer it’s premiere services in other regions of the world, while maintaining and exponentially improving our cutting-edge network and hardware.

SoftLayer’s state of the art, low latency, redudant data centers have astonished many customers and companies over the years and we are honored to offer this level of service. All data centers will have multiple power feeds, fiber links, dedicated generators, battery backups.and all data centers are SAS 70 Type II certified. Additionally, this highly-beneficial partnership will add ten (10) new points of presence for our clients, numerous geographically diverse data centers, over two thousand gigabytes of network capacity, and will lower latency to thousands of web visitors who browse our clients’ corporate web servers. Read more

3Com officially endorses the EU Code of Conduct on Data Centres

July 23, 2009 by · Comments Off on 3Com officially endorses the EU Code of Conduct on Data Centres 

Web Hosting ServicesHemel Hempstead – The EU Code of Conduct on Data Centres aims to stimulate data centre operators and owners to reduce energy consumption in a cost-effective manner without harming the mission-critical function of the data centre. 3Com today announced that it is becoming an Endorser of the EU Code of Conduct on Data Centre, which commits 3Com to supporting the code and other participants through the development of products, information, services and education.

Electricity consumption in data centres, including enterprise servers, ICT equipment, cooling equipment and power equipment, is expected to contribute significantly to the electricity consumption of the EU commercial sector in the near future. Western European electricity consumption is expected to grow from 56 terawatt hours per year (TWh/yr) in 2007 to 104 TWh/yr by 2020.

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