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Google Spent $951 Million on Data Centers in 4Q

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Google invested nearly a billion dollars in its Internet infrastructure in the last quarter of 2011, recording capital expenditures (CapEx) of $951 million. The increase is likely tied to a significant expansion of the company’s global data center network.
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Simplify the Future by Unifying the Data Center

Today, most CIOs and technology executives feel both the urgency to transform their data centers and the frustration of being trapped in the past. A trend for 2012 is toward is a unified fabric based network that integrates technology silos, reduces cos and creates the flexibility business growth. Read More

Google: Our Data Centers Are Good Neighbors

A look inside the cooling plant at a Google data center. Google said today that all its company-built data centers have earned independent certifications for environmental impact and workplace safety.

Google said today that all its company-built data centers in the United States have earned independent certifications for environmental impact and workplace safety, reflecting its commitment to maintaining the highest standards for its data center operations. Read More

Cisco Reaches 10,000 UCS Customers

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In two years, Cisco Systems’ entry into the blade server arena has won it a 12.2 percent share of the x86 server market. This week Cisco (CSCO) announced that it has surpassed 10,000 customers worldwide for its Unified Computing System (UCS).

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Equinix, Neutral Tandem Team on Carrier Ethernet

Equinix continues to enhance its offerings for carrier Ethernet services. Today it announced a partnership with Neutral Tandem, another emerging player in the carrier Ethernet ecosystem, that will make it easier for Equinix customers to expand into additional markets. Read More

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