Atlanta, Georgia-based Giga Data Centers Expands Executive Team

Giga Data Centers, an Atlanta, Georgia-based company building and operating colocation data centers with modular technologies, has expanded its executive team to include David Shepard as Chief Revenue Officer. Prior to joining Giga Data Centers, Mr. Shepard served as the Executive Vice President and General Manager for Baselayer, a manufacturer of modular data center solutions. David Shepard has 20+ years of experience growing and managing large enterprise customers and building “successful” sales and marketing teams.…

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Datacenter.com Achieves EU Code Of Conduct Participant Status Promoting Energy Efficient Practices

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…

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Colocation America Starts Offering Managed IT Services to Its Customers

Colocation hosting provider Colocation America, a company delivering its services throughout the US since 2000, partners with NTG – a North Texas-based IT consultancy and service provider (ITSP & MSP) – to start offering extended Managed IT Services beyond the confines of the data center. Colocation America’s partnership with NTG will allow Colocation America to offer additional off-premise and virtual services to its customers. “We’re excited and proud to offer Managed IT Services to our…

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Datacenter.com Achieves Status EU Code Of Conduct Participant Status Promoting Energy Efficient Practices

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…

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Linxdatacenter Achieves Lenovo Gold Partner Status

International data center provider Linxdatacenter, an expert in colocation, cloud and connectivity solutions, has achieved Gold level partner status with Lenovo. This designation recognizes Linxdatacenter’s capabilities in building IT solutions based on Lenovo’s technologies. “Our future plans include expansion of the services portfolio based on the Lenovo products,” said Andrey Zakharov, Digital Solutions Director, Linxdatacenter. The partnership program was created for rewarding reliable partners of Lenovo and for their involvement in business development. Partners are…

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Flexential Announces 70,000 Sq. Ft. Data Center Expansion in Atlanta

Colocation provider Flexential has completed a 70,000-square-foot expansion to its Alpharetta, Atlanta colocation facility. The expansion brings Flexential’s United States data center footprint to 3.1 million square feet. Atlanta and the surrounding Transaction Alley are one of the largest FinTech hubs in the U.S. with more than 70 percent of all credit card transactions now processed through the Atlanta metropolitan area, according to the Atlanta Small Business Network. These data-intensive companies would need secured, reliable, and scalable means to…

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Switch Datacenter Group Sells Amsterdam AMS1 Data Center to Equinix for €30M

Switch Datacenter Group has announced the transfer of its AMS1 colocation data center and operations to Equinix, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX) – in an all-cash transaction for €30 million ($34 million). Switch Datacenter Group sees it as a logical next step on its path to strengthening their focus on the colocation wholesale market and customer-specific site development for enterprises and hyperscale customers. Over the last couple of years, Switch Datacenter Group has evolved from a high-end classical…

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Car Manufacturer Daimler Selects Colocation Services maincubes and Telehouse

maincubes, a European data center owner/operator with colocation facilities located in Frankfurt, Germany and Amsterdam, the Netherlands, together with international data center operator Telehouse have been selected by car manufacturer Daimler to house Daimler’s new digital infrastructure and platforms, according to Jörg Sommer, Director Data Center and Digital Workplace, Daimler AG. Daimler is transforming itself from a traditional automaker into a provider of mobility services. The car manufacturer is also shaping ‘intuitive mobility’ with comfortable,…

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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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Taboola Expands Its Colocation Presence with INAP in Los Angeles

Native advertising and ‘content discovery’ platform Taboola, a company that was founded in 2007 with an estimated $1 billion in revenue last year, has expanded its colocation presence with listed hosting provider INAP in their flagship data center in Los Angeles. To deliver its advertising platform to the world’s leading publishers and advertisers, Taboola requires “scalable, high-performance” colocation and network connectivity services. INAP’s high-density colocation data center solution would allow Taboola to efficiently scale its…

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