Mike Casey, An Uptime Institute Award Winner, Joins STACK INFRASTRUCTURE as Chief Data Center Officer

STACK INFRASTRUCTURE recently announced the appointment of Mike Casey as Chief Data Center Officer. Mike brings a proven track record of delivering customized data center solutions and high client satisfaction through operational excellence to STACK’s leadership team. He will lead the engineering, construction, commissioning, and operations of STACK’s vibrant and growing data center portfolio. Prior to joining STACK, Mike held a number of other senior leadership roles including tenure with T5 Data Centers as Chief…

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DC BLOX Acquires NextGen Storage Services Company Ploid and Appoints Co-Founder & CEO Peyton McNully as Chief Cloud Architect

DC BLOX, a multi-tenant data center partner delivering the infrastructure and connectivity essential to power today’s digital business, recently announced the acquisition of Ploid, a provider of storage infrastructure as a service for independent research institutions, life sciences and genomic sequencing organizations. Ploid, a leading massive-scale hybrid cloud, data storage services provider, is a HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology associate company. Ploid co-founder and CEO, Peyton McNully, will also be joining DC BLOX as its Chief…

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Daimler Plans to Create Secured Car Networking Through maincubes secureexchange

websitehostingreview.org recently announced that Daimler has decided to move its IT infrastructure from Stuttgart, Germany to two new colocation data center providers in Frankfurt, Germany. One of them is maincubes, a European data center operator with facilities located in Amsterdam (maincubes AMS01) and Frankfurt (maincubes FRA01). maincubes is now building a secureexchange platform to enable Daimler and other enterprises to securely exchange data in connection with IoT and cloud services with their suppliers, service providers…

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CloudFest 2019: How To Deploy SSL For 1.5 Million Domains – A Kubernetes Success Story

Marco Revesz Business Innovation Evangelist at InterNetX Kilian Ries Teamleader Projects & Solutions and Kubernetes Contributor at InterNetX Duration: 16:51 Publisher: CloudFest You can watch this video also at the source. Read more at CloudFest 2019: How To Deploy SSL For 1.5 Million Domains – A Kubernetes Success Story on Website Hosting Review.

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A Peak Inside Data Center Operator e-shelter’s innovation lab

Beyond data center space, power, cooling and security, European data center operator e-shelter offers new ways for its colocation customers to drive innovation and interact with co-tenants to create new and enhanced technologies. With the recent opening of e-shelter’s new data center campus in the Amsterdam area in the Netherlands, e-shelter also brings its Innovation Lab to this new data center environment. Here’s what colocation tenants may expect. Launched in 2017, e-shelter’s innovation lab initially…

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Vertiv Unveils 3D Product Configurator and VR Viewer for Its Network Edge Designs

Vertiv, a global vendor delivering data center power, cooling and IT infrastructure solutions and services that extend from the cloud to the edge of the network, together with Axonom – a global provider of visual and virtual product configurator software, has developed a visual solution layout and virtual reality experience center to create virtual reality showcases for Vertiv’s data center solutions. This VR experience would give data center professionals a new way to interact with…

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Data Center Operator e-shelter Brings Its Innovation Lab to Amsterdam

Last month, Japanese telecom giant NTT expanded its European e-shelter data center brand into the Netherlands by opening a large green-field data center campus in the Amsterdam area in one of the world’s most fiber-dense locations, Schiphol-Rijk. What customers at this new data center spot in Europe may expect? More than just colocation services, as e-shelter will bring their Innovation Lab to the Amsterdam facility as well. Initiated in 2017 in Frankfurt, Germany, the e-shelter…

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Telecom Giant KPN Adds iland’s Disaster Recovery Solutions to Its Portfolio

KPN, a Dutch landline and mobile telecommunications company, has announced a partnership with iland that will see iland’s DRaaS solutions made available to new and existing KPN business customers. iland is a global cloud service provider of secured and compliant hosting for infrastructure (IaaS), disaster recovery (DRaaS), and backup as a service (BaaS). Headquartered in Houston, Texas and London, UK, iland delivers cloud services from its data centers throughout North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia. The…

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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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