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In Dublin, Cool Climate Fuels Cloud Computing Cluster

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Dublin is unique amongst major European data center hubs in that its appeal is based on climate, rather than connectivity. While the thriving data center communities in London, Amsterdam and Frankfurt are built atop network intersections in key business cities, Dublin has become one of the world’s favored locations for free cooling – the use of fresh air to cool servers. Read More

UK Provider Six Degrees Acquires BIS

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UK data center services provider Six Degrees Group announced that it has acquired independent data center operator BIS. BIS operates five data centers across London and provides corporate colocation and private cloud services. Read More

Major Expansion for Equinix in Singapore

Overhead cable trays run along the aisles between colocation cages in one of Equinix's Silicon Valley data centers (Photo: Equinix)

Equinix has announced the latest in series of major projects in Singapore, teaming with real estate investment trust Mapletree Industrial to build a 385,000 square foot data center that will add capacity for another 5,000 cabinets of servers and IT gear. Read More

Sabey Opens High-Rise Manhattan Data Tower

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Sabey Data Centers has opened the doors on Intergate.Manhattan, having completed an extensive retrofit and commissioning process. The property offered a rare opportunity to convert a New York high-rise into a purpose-built data center. Read More

Inside ViaWest’s Tier IV Data Center

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ViaWest recently opened the doors at its new Lone Mountain Data Center in north Las Vegas. The Lone Mountain facility is the first Tier IV designed colocation facility in North America, according to the Uptime Institute. Check out our photo feature for details. Read More

Asetek Liquid Cooling To Support EU Initiative

A server tray using Asetek's Rack CDU Liquid Cooling system, which was announced this week. The piping system connects to a cooling distribution unit. (Source: Asetek)

Previously reserved for extreme densities and supercomputers, liquid cooling continues to make strides in the data center. Asetek announced that its data center liquid cooling solutions are a part of the European Commission roadmap for moving to a low-carbon economy. Read More

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