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DuPont Fabros to Enter Colocation Market

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DuPont Fabros Technology is entering the colocation market. The company, which has operated as a “wholesale” provider selling large suites of finished data center space, will begin selling space by the cabinet in the next few months. Read More

Net Access Appoints Martynek as CEO

Colocation cages inside a Net Access data center in New Jersey. (Photo: Net Access)

New Jersey colocation proivder Net Access has named industry veteran Raul Martynek as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer. Martynek succeeds Blake Ellman, who will transition into a new role as the company’s Chief Technology Officer. Read More

Colocation Outlook 2014: Connectivity is Critical in a Changing Landscape

Looking ahead for 2014: Colo, wholesales and connectivity.

Data center connectivity is becoming a key differentiator as wholesale data center providers compete for customers with colocation companies. As the industry heads into 2014, the blurring of lines between “retail” colo and wholesale space is leading more providers to offer flavors of both products, and boosting interest in open internet exchanges that could extend peering activity to a broader spectrum of facilities. Read More

Intel, WebTrends Host With ViaWest in Oregon

ViaWest powers a Top500 supercomputer and an extension for Webtrends in Oregon, Compass Raleigh-Durham receives LEED Gold, and FORTRUST is awarded the Uptime Institute’s Management & Operations Stamp of Approval in Denver. Read More

Equinix Opens Osaka Data Center

Equinix opens its Osaka Japan data center, SunGard finds its third quarter sweet spot with customer success stories, and Online Tech is set to exhibit its HIPAA compliant products at the mHealth Summit in Washington D.C. Read More

The Productization of the Data Center

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In a session at 7×24 conference, Compass Datacenters CEO Chris Crosby looked at the key trends in the maturity of the data center industry, including the shift from customization to industrialization to productization. Read More

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