cPanel Users Can Now Buy JetBackup Licenses Directly from cPanel

Web hosting automation software platform cPanel is now partnering with data backup and migration software provider, JetApps. Starting immediately, users can buy JetBackup licenses directly from cPanel. “JetBackup stood out as a dependable name in backup software making it an easy choice for cPanel. I’ll be using this robust software on my servers from now on,” said Eric Ellis, Vice President of Customer Experience, cPanel. JetBackup would supply hosting providers with a great deal of flexibility by…

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Canadian Cloud Provider VEXXHOST Introduces Kubernetes Enablement

VEXXHOST, a Canadian cloud computing provider offering OpenStack powered public cloud, private cloud and consulting to customers from over 150 different countries, has added Kubernetes Enablement to its product portfolio. VEXXHOST’s Kubernetes Enablement offering would delivers to users secured container clusters through enhanced isolation and upgraded performance due to faster deployment times and simplified extensive service integrations. “We felt it was important to make the latest version of Kubernetes available to our clients regardless of…

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Will 5G Redefine the Data Center?

There are still plenty of unanswered questions about 5G, but it’s becoming evident it will leave a lasting mark on our world. With speeds of 10 gigabits per second, it stands to improve upon 4G connectivity by about 100 times. Then there’s the improved bandwidth and less-than-a-millisecond latency. The implications for mobile internet connectivity, driverless cars, drones, smart homes and cities, and electric grids, plus many other technologies, are impressive indeed. But what about the…

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QTS Buys Two Data Centers in The Netherlands from TCN for $44M

QTS (NYSE: QTS), a large data center solutions provider with data center presence across North America, has acquired two data center assets, totaling approximately 30 gross Megawatts currently built out, from TCN SIG Telehousing B.V. for approximately $44 million. The two data center assets are located in the cities of Groningen and Eemshaven in the Netherlands, which are located northeast of Amsterdam. Eemshaven is also home to a large-scale data center operated by Google. The Netherlands would remain one of the top European…

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