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How Go Daddy Keeps 52 Million Domains Running

A look inside one of the server rooms at a Go Daddy data center in Phoenix. (Photo: Rich Miller)

Go Daddy is best known for selling domains, but is also one of the world’s largest providers of web hosting services, as well as the security certificates that enable e-commerce on millions of web sites. To keep those services online and running smoothly, Go Daddy operates a global network of data centers. Read More

Latisys Expanding in Four Markets

An illustration of the  Latisys DEN2 data center.

IT infrastructure provider Latisys is adding 72,000 square feet of data center space across four markets, the company said today. With the expansions, Latisys’ total data center footprint exceeds 500,000 square feet across seven data centers in four major markets. Read More

Yahoo Restructuring: What About Hosting?

The exterior of the Yahoo Computing Coop buildings in Lockport, New York. The data center opened for business today.

Will a new round of cost-cutting and restructuring at Yahoo mean changes for the company’s hosting and data center operations? We look at recent trends in the company’s hosting business and data center network. Read More

BurstNET Gets Funding for Data Center Expansion

BurstNET Technologies, a hosting and colocation provider based in Scranton, Pa., has arranged growth capital and will use the funding to build a larger data center and expand into new markets.The financing was put together by Harbor Ridge Capital. Read More

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