Namecheap Encourages Parents To Register Their Children’s First Domain

Web hosting provider Namecheap, a global provider of dedicated servers, VPS hosting, shared hosting, WordPress hosting, reseller hosting and more, has introduced a new initiative encouraging parents to register their children’s first domain. This could be a domain with a baby’s name for future investment, or securing a piece of digital real estate for a kid’s first online project. Namecheap believes a child’s name is a huge part of their identity. Giving kids the gift…

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PacketFabric Expands Network Connectivity On-Demand to Switch Data Centers

PacketFabric, the highly scalable Connectivity-as-a-Service (CaaS) platform and member of the NantWorks ecosystem of companies, recently announced it has expanded its network to Switch (NYSE: SWCH), the global technology infrastructure corporation that develops hyperscale data center ecosystems for elite colocation, enterprise hybrid cloud and connectivity solutions. PacketFabric customers benefit from access to the Switch Las Vegas data center from any point on the PacketFabric network, with other Switch facilities to follow shortly thereafter. Customers will…

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PCextreme CTO: “We Are Transitioning from Web Hosting to Cloud”

Dutch web hosting company PCextreme was acquired by TWS (Total Webhosting Solutions) in 2018. At this year’s CloudFest in Germany, websitehostingreview.org spoke to PCextreme CTO Wido den Hollander, about their transition from a traditional web hosting model to becoming a cloud infrastructure provider. He also elaborates on the acquisition-focused expansion strategy of parent company TWS. TWS has acquired several web hosting and cloud services companies across Europea lately, mainly in the Netherlands but also in…

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The Future of Data Centers: How Tech is Forcing Change

Data centers are the glue that holds the internet and the World Wide Web together. We take the huge server racks that hold the cloud and the internet together for granted, but without data centers, all of the services that we use on a daily basis just couldn’t function. Thirty years ago, data centers as we knew them just didn’t exist. Nowadays, they’re vital parts of our infrastructure, and yet they’re still evolving over time…

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First Phase of NTT’s e-shelter Data Center Campus in Amsterdam Almost Sold Out

VIDEO INTERVIEW – Last Thursday, websitehostingreview.org was invited to join the opening ceremony of NTT’s first colocation data center in the Netherlands, in the Amsterdam area, through its colocation services subsidiary e-shelter. NTT invested more than 100 million euros (!) in only the first phase of this 16,000 square meter data center campus with 40MW IT-load once fully developed. It turns out that 84 percent of e-shelter AMS1’s first phase is already sold out. In…

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