Amsterdam-based colocation company Datacenter.com, a carrier-neutral provider of colocation services ‘on demand,’ has been approved for the EU Code of Conduct for Energy Efficiency in Data Centers. The EU Code of Conduct for Data Centers was created in response to increasing energy consumption in data centers and the need to reduce the related environmental, economic and energy supply security impacts. European data centers signing this agreement are obliged to reduce their energy consumption. Datacenter.com is an…"Datacenter.com Achieves EU Code Of Conduct Participant Status Promoting Energy Efficient Practices"
WorldStream, a fast-growing provider of security-focused hosting solutions including dedicated servers and colocation as well as global connectivity and DDoS protection through their proprietary global network with 10Tbps (!) of bandwidth available, has announced a 268-rack expansion at its company-owned, flagship data center in Naaldwijk, the Netherlands. The 2nd phase expansion means that WorldStream, within the course of a year will be doubling its facility capacity to 536 data center racks at this location. As…"Hosting Provider WorldStream Doubles Data Center Capacity at Flagship Data Center in The Netherlands"
G-Core Labs, an international provider of cloud and edge content delivery, dedicated hosting and security solutions, is now expanding its presence in Europe by opening their 5th Point-of-Presence in this part of the world, in Warsaw, Poland. The new PoP is located in a certified Tier III class data center. “The new point of presence of G-Core Labs in Warsaw expands the possibilities of choice for companies and teams wishing to have their own virtual…"G-Core Labs Adds New European PoP in Warsaw, Poland"