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Web.com Consolidates With QTS in Atlanta

A look inside a QTS (Quality Technology Services) data center.

Web services firm Web.com, which has grown through a series of acquisitions, will consolidate most of its data center capacity with QTS (Quality Technology Services), the companies said this week. Web.com is currently a customer in QTS’ Atlanta Metro Data Center. Read More

CBRE: Data Center Leasing Improves in Europe

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With the financial concerns in Europe, you’d expect businesses might be postponing decisions about major investments. Instead, data center leasing in Europe improved in the first quarter of 2012, especially in the London market, according to new data from CBRE. Read More

Digital Realty Buys Campus in Suburban Chicago

Digital Realty (DLR) has now entered the suburban Chicago market, acquiring a 575,000 square foot redevelopment property in Franklin Park, Ill. for $22.3 million. The three-building property has an existing tenant and considerable land to develop data centers. Read More

DreamHost Goes East, Expands With RagingWire

The new RagingWire data center in northern Virginia features colorful, branded air handler units. DreamHost will be the facility's anchor tenant. (Photo: RagingWire)

Los Angeles-based web hosting company DreamHost is expanding its operations to the East Coast, where it become an anchor tenant in RagingWire Data Centers’ new data center campus in Ashburn, Virginia. The expansion is part of a broader effort by DreamHost to improve its reliability and boost network performance for global customers. Read More

NTT Acquires UK Data Center Provider Gyron

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NTT Communications has expanded its data center operations in the United Kingdom with the acquisition of a controlling stake in Gyron, and will provide capital for the firm to add more data center facilities, the companies said today. Read More

Huge Oregon Chip Plant May Become Data Center

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A former Hynix semiconductor facility in Eugene, Oregon may be converted into a 900,000 square foot data center. It’s the latest project seeking to retrofit semiconductor plants, which share a number of key attributes with data centers, and could continue the momentum for Oregon as a data center destination. Read More

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