Internap Continues Expansion of Data Center Footprint With New High-Performance Facility in Los Angeles

May 2, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Webmaster ToolboxATLANTA – Internap Network Services Corporation (NASDAQ: INAP), a provider of intelligent IT Infrastructure services, announced that it will open a new data center in Los Angeles to serve increased demand for premium colocation. This facility will be Internap’s eleventh company-controlled facility in its eighth North American market and continues the company’s strategy to build a geographically diversified platform of premium data centers serving customers’ high-performance IT Infrastructure needs. The new Los Angeles facility will feature Internap’s route-optimized Performance IP™ service and will deliver best-in-class performance and availability across a portfolio of enterprise IP, CDN, colocation, managed hosting and cloud services.

Located in the South Bay, just 6 miles from Los Angeles International Airport, Internap’s new Los Angeles data center will include 55,000 square feet of premium net sellable data center footprint over time. The state-of-the-art facility will leverage modular designs and the latest power and cooling technologies to deliver power densities of up to 12 KW per cabinet to economically support long-term customer growth. The facility will minimize energy consumption and environmental impact through green data center practices such as a high-efficiency Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) system, a cooling system that maximizes outside air for free cooling, reclaimed building materials and sustainable operational best practices. It will also feature a full range of customer amenities, including fully equipped office areas, technical workspaces, dedicated customer work environments and a full-service customer lounge. The first phase of approximately 15,000 net sellable square feet is expected to open in 2Q 2012. Read more

Cisco’s New Green Data Center in Texas Showcases Private Cloud Deployment

April 15, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Hosting ServicesSAN JOSE, CA – Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) today announced a new green data center in Allen, Texas, with an architecture deploying Cisco’s entire data center technology portfolio spanning computing, switching, and data storage access to support Cisco’s internal private cloud and deliver Information Technology (IT) as a service. The new data center demonstrates the value of a network-based approach through improved resilience, performance and use of resources, while delivering IT services such as video, mobility, security, and collaboration to Cisco employees, customers, partners, and other constituents.

In 2007 Cisco created a vision to deliver IT as a service and developed a long-range plan to deliver that vision through data center consolidation, virtualization, and cloud computing. Cisco’s newest data center combines the best in environment-friendly facility design, green approaches to power and cooling, and an architectural approach optimized for virtualization and cloud computing, with the aim of delivering “everything as a service.” Read more

Cisco to Unveil Details of New Green Data Center

April 12, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Hosting Services – On Friday, April 15, 2011, Cisco will host a live Internet TV broadcast and Q&A session featuring Rebecca Jacoby, Cisco’s chief information officer, and John Manville, the company’s vice president of IT, to coincide with the grand opening of Cisco’s newest green data center in Texas.

The Cisco executives will explain how the new green data center — a key part of Cisco’s overall IT global data center strategy — supports its internal private cloud and promotes energy efficiency.
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Internap Continues Green Data Center Push with New York City Facility

July 9, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Web Hosting ToolsATLANTA — Internap Network Services Corporation (NASDAQ: INAP), a global provider of end-to-end Internet business solutions, announced today several green initiatives undertaken as part of the expansion of the company’s data center located in the premier carrier hotel in the Chelsea section of Manhattan. The N+1 rated facility, which now offers an additional 8500 square feet of data center space, was outfitted with the industry’s newest energy-efficient systems. The overall size of the raised floor space in this facility now measures 33,500 square feet.

“The implementation of green initiatives in this high-demand NYC locale has provided our Manhattan customers with a data center that is 15 – 20 percent more energy efficient than one using conventional technologies,” said Internap General Manager and VP of Data Center Operations Mike Higgins. “By improving operating efficiencies within the data center infrastructure, Internap has increased the amount of power available for customer IT loads. In today’s environment, providing customers a higher density power solution is a key differentiator in the marketplace.”

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