Roundup of Hosting, Cloud News: INetU, Internap, Phoenix Nap

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INetU will offer its full product portfolio of cloud and security services from its Seattle data center starting in April.

INetU will offer its full product portfolio of cloud and security services from its Seattle data center beginning in the spring of 2013.

Here’s a round up of noteworthy articles published by THE WHIR. Read the full story on thewhir.com:

Web Host INetU Adds Seattle Data Center to Boost Disaster Recovery

Headquartered in Allentown, PA, web hosting and cloud services provider INetU announced on Thursday that it has expanded its data center footprint to the West coast with the addition of a Seattle data center. The company, which has data centers on the East Coast and in Amsterdam, plans to provide customers its full product portfolio of cloud and security services from its Seattle data center starting in April, including its Gated Community Cloud service, private and hybrid clouds, and the INetU Security Suite.

Phoenix NAP Adds Dedicated Server Offering to Ashburn Data Center

Web hosting provider Phoenix NAP announced that its dedicated server offering, Secured Servers, is now available in its data center in Ashburn, Virginia.

Internap Survey Finds Organizations Want Cloud-like Control in Colo Environments

A new survey released by cloud, hosting and colocation provider Internap finds that IT organizations are looking for cloud-like visbility and control in their colocation environments. Internap says that the agility associated with cloud services will likely impact the way colocation services are managed and delivered over the next few years.

US Highest Spam Volume in the World: Eleven Email Security Report
A dubious honor goes to the United States being found the highest volume spam email in the world as compared to that of other countries. German email security provider Eleven released the Eleven Email Security Report February 2013, which signals the United States’ return to being the highest total spam volume in the world, followed by followed by India and Romania, respectively.

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