Here’s our review of some of today’s noteworthy links for the data center industry:
Savvis Launches Markets Infrastructure for Financial Services – Savvis today announced the launch of the initial phase of Savvis Markets Infrastructure, which allows financial services companies to customize IT and connectivity solutions to fit their needs. “The flexible technology and commercial model of Savvis Markets Infrastructure allows clients to tailor solutions incorporating a broad range of capabilities,” said Varghese Thomas, global head of financial services for Savvis. Developed in response to market requests, Savvis Markets Infrastructure introduces a new commercial model for financial services. Future scheduled releases will deliver enhanced network and latency management tools, providing additional operational insight for all market participants.
TeliaSonera Chooses CoreSite’s LA Data Center – CoreSite Realty Corporation announced that TeliaSonera International Carrier, the global tier 1 IP carrier, has chosen CoreSite for its latest PoP (Point of Presence) in Los Angeles. The decision was based on CoreSite’s flexibility, scalability, and local customer base of more than 200 companies including an established gaming, media, and entertainment ecosystem. CoreSite manages 600,000 square feet in Los Angeles, including 437,000 square feet of operating data center space and Southern California’s most network-dense data center.
Burstream Joins Telx Financial Business Exchange – Interconnection and data center services provider Telx announced that Burstream (formerly Fast Normalized Data), a provider of ultra-low latency feed handlers and direct market data technology, has joined its Financial Business Exchange (FBX). As a colocation customer in Telx’s strategically-located data center in downtown Chicago, Burstream can now offer Telx’s financial markets customers secure, low latency access to its fully-managed ticker plant solution designed for direct market connectivity for processing high-frequency data.
i/o Taps D’Ambrosi as New Chief Sales & Marketing Officer – i/o has announced the appointment of Anthony D’Ambrosi in the newly created global role of Chief Sales and Marketing Officer. D’Ambrosi is responsible for driving the company’s sales and marketing vision, brand, strategy and organization, as i/o expands its digital energy technology footprint across the enterprise data center market worldwide. During his 24 years of multinational information and communications technology leadership experience, D’Ambrosi held senior positions at Reuters, Hewlett-Packard, Deutsche Telekom T-Systems and ACS.