Here’s our review of noteworthy links for the data center industry for May 28th:
- A DC CapEx Primer – So, just how much does new data center capacity cost? Fortuitously, capital costs came up in several presentations at the Uptime Symposium in New York last week. Mark Bramfitt on Utilities & IT.
- Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center getting $10M for data center – The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle will receive $10.1 million in federal stimulus money for a new research data center. From the Puget Sound Business Journal.
- Data center is part of fraud probe – A New York construction company allegedly overbilled about $3 million for work done on a data center in North Bergen, according to an official familiar with the Manhattan district attorney’s investigation into the matter. From The Bergen Record.
- Schuff Steel Awarded Contract for Data Center in Silicon Valley, CA – Schuff Steel Company has been awarded a new contract for steel fabrication and erection for a 170,000 square foot data center in Silicon Valley. Press Release.
- IT architects ponder converged infrastructure “pods” – The downside of one-size-fits-all converged infrastructure designs can be inflexbility and lock-in, critics say. Their contention is that the widespread move away from mainframes to distributed systems happened for a reason. From SearchDataCenter.com.
- RCN Metro Joins Ethernet Exchange Party – RCN Metro has decided to join the growing Ethernet exchange movement. From Telecom Ramblings.
- India to be looked upon for Cloud Computing: Ballmer – “India will not only see a surge in cloud computing services but companies all over the world will look to India to support their transition to cloud computing,” said Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. From SiliconIndia.