Originally posted to TelecomNewsroom In a world moving at breakneck speed, demanding more bandwidth, more data and more content, one solution is driving a lion’s share of digital growth — The Edge. The terms “edge” and “edge computing” have been reverberating around the data center industry for some time. The moment has come to peel back the layers and take a closer look at the inner workings of this technology. Edge leverages augmented computing processes…"Supporting Tomorrow’s Edge: The Importance of Micro and Modular Data Centers"
Data center solutions vendor Wiwynn has launched its latest Open19 server, SV6100G3 – featuring “advanced compute performance” based on Microsoft’s Project Olympus server specification. Leveraging Wiwynn’s expertise in open server and storage development for hyperscale data centers, SV6100G3 would provide an efficient data center and edge computing solution for operators of any scale. A 1U double wide brick server, Wiwynn’s SV6100G3 server complies with the LinkedIn-led Open19 Project standard which defines a cross-industry common form factor applicable…"Wiwynn Introduces Its Latest Open19 Server, SV6100G3"
On 2 March 2019, ARIN deployed its new website, a project that at its zenith required the focus and work of more than half of all ARIN staff and constituted one of the biggest software deployments in the history of the company. This may seem like a large amount of effort just to change the look and feel of our website, but there was much, much more going on behind the scenes. While this article…"Under the Hood of the New ARIN.net"
Tucows acquires another reseller registrar. Tucows (NASDAQ: TCX) has acquired reseller registrar Ascio Technologies from CSC for $29.44 million. Ascio has 1.8 million domains under management and 500 active resellers. Compared to Enom, which Tucows acquired two years ago, Ascio has fewer but bigger resellers. By selling Ascio, CSC it focusing on its brand management registrar. Ascio has a strong presence in Europe with a headquarters in Denmark and office in Germany. It’s also known…"Tucows acquires Ascio as consolidation continues"
UK hosting provider UKFast, a company which – together with its associated companies – employs more than 400 people in Manchester and beyond, has agreed a deal with Manchester City Council to acquire a 120,000 sq. ft. plot of land opposite UKFast’s campus headquarters in Birley Fields, Hulme. The planned acquisition of the plot of land would be key to the continued growth and acceleration of UKFast and its associated companies. The current Birley Fields…"UKFast Acquires 120,000 Sq. Ft. Plot To Guarantee Future Growth"
Men & Mice, a provider of API-driven DNS, DHCP and IPAM software solutions, has released its Men & Mice Suite version 9.2 – a modular, API-first overlay software solution for the management of DDI operations in complex, hybrid and multi-cloud network environments. The release of Men & Mice Suite v9.2 would introduce improved management and synchronization including AWS multi-account management, new DNS Workflow and advanced Reporting modules, and one-click install availability through Azure Marketplace. Customers…"Men & Mice Suite 9.2 Released with AWS Multi-Account Management"
Originally posted to TelecomNewsroom NEDAS, an association of industry professionals focused on the convergence of the wireline and wireless industries, recently announced their 2019 Advisory Council. As a team of knowledgeable thought-leaders from across the technology and communications infrastructure industry, the 11 Advisory Council members are set to guide, shape and advise the organization on everything from topics of interest to optimizing opportunities for networking, education and growth for participating individuals and companies. In this…"NEDAS Advisory Council Profile Series: Aubrey Blosser"
At the OCP Global Summit last week in San Jose, CA, several announcements were made by the Open Compute Project (OCP) and by companies collaborating with the OCP organization and its community. The annual Summit brought together more than 3,400 key decision makers, executives, engineers, developers and suppliers. At the OCP Global Summit, global data center infrastructure provider Inspur has announced its plan, in joint efforts with Intel, to contribute a High-density Cloud-optimized platform to…"‘EMEA Has Been Identified As a Primary Region for OCP Technology Growth’"
TurnKey Internet, a U.S. hosting provider with data centers located in New York and California and customers in more than 150 countries, has launched its new ‘PRO Series’ dedicated server product line. The new PRO Series dedicated servers from TurnKey Internet are powered by “enterprise-grade” Dell PowerEdge R630 servers. The new servers would provide workload optimized performance, improved hardware security while featuring the latest, highest performance hardware TurnKey has ever offered. TurnKey Internet’s new dedicated…"Dell PowerEdge R630 Powered Dedicated Servers Launched by TurnKey Internet"
Originally posted to TelecomNewsroom Data center owner and operator New Continuum Holdings Corporation, which operates New Continuum Data Centers and United Internet Exchange, LLC (United IX), recently announced that Trilogy Networks has selected its West Chicago facility as one of its metro edge locations. This partnership will allow Trilogy to leverage connections to United IX and effectively optimize mobile traffic routing, build the core of their network function virtualization (NFV) software platform and serve the…"New Continuum’s Chicago Facility Empowers Trilogy’s Network Offerings"