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Emerson Updates Energy Logic Roadmap

It’s been four years since Emerson Network Power launched is Energy Logic, its roadmap outlining a holistic approach to reducing energy use in the data center. Much has changed in that time, so today Emerson is updating its recommendations with the release of Energy Logic 2.0, which incorporates advances in technology and best practices. Read More

Nevada Touts Data Centers as Key to Revival

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Nevada officials want your data to stay in Vegas. Or perhaps Reno, or other areas of the state, which is touting data centers as a growth sector as it seeks to diversify its economy. That effort, built atop the success of the SuperNAP in Las Vegas, has gained momentum from Apple’s decision to build a huge server farm near Reno. Read More

Nutanix Brings SAN-free Data Center, Raises $33 Million

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Nutanix has built a compute and storage infrastructure for implementing enterprise-class virtualization without complex and expensive external network storage (like a SAN or NAS). Last week Nutanix raised a new round of financing, led by current investors and joined by a few new ones. Read More

Peak 10 Looks for Growth in Atlanta Market

Regional data center provider Peak 10 is preparing for growth in Atlanta. The company has opened a 2,500 square foot expansion at its existing facility, and announced plans to build a third data center in Atlanta, with details to come later this year. Read More

Telx Opens New Cloud Hub in Silicon Valley

An aerial view of the Vantage Data Centers campus in Santa Clara, Calif. Telx will be the anchor tenant in the newest Vantage building.

Colocation specialist Telx has opened a new data center in Silicon Valley, expanding the company’s interconnection platform in one of the nation’s key technology hotbeds. The Telx SCL2 cloud connection center offers 32,000 square feet of data center space in Santa Clara, Calif., the hub of the Silicon Valley data center market. Read More

Rackspace Buys Oregon Land for Data Center

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Rackspace Hosting has confirmed that it has bought land in Oregon for a possible data center, but the company says it has not finalized any plans, and would work with a third-party developer rather than building the facility itself. Rackspace (RAX) also announced that it is partnering with Digital Realty on a new data center in Sydney, Australia. Read More

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