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AFL-CIO Trust Buys Virginia Data Centers

The AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust (BIT) has purchased a five-building complex in northern Virginia for $138.5 million, the trust said this week. The Tyson’s East Office Portfolio located in Tyson’s Corner includes two office buildings and three data centers. Read More

News From Japan: Mitsubishi, Fujitsu, IIJ

Mitsubishi starts a 26 billion yen ($336 million) data center property fund, Fujitsu launches an analytical simulation cloud service and Internet Initiative Japan (IIJ) reports revenue growth of 47.7 percent in the first quarter of 2011. Read More

NetTALK Buys Miami Data Center

Telecom and VoIP service provider has purchased a 23,000 square foot data center in north Miami. The building, renamed the netTALK Cloud Center, will also serve as netTALK’s headquarters. Read More

Video Tour: Atlanta’s 56 Marietta Data Center Hub

56 Marietta has long been the leading connectivity hub in downtown Atlanta, one of the most active data center markets in the Southeast. This video walk-through provides an overview of the building’s infrastructure, including the Telx interconnection centers and Atlanta Telx Internet Exchange Read More

Stream Data Centers Focusing on Wholesale

The new Stream Data Centers private data center property in Richardson, Texas.

In its 12 years in the data center business, Stream Data Centers has leased or sold data centers to blue chip companies like Apple, Home Depot, AT&T, Sprint and Nokia. The company company has recently shifted its focus to the wholesale data center market. Read More

Datapipe Expands UK Data Center Footprint

Managed hosting provider Datapipe has expanded its presence in the UK, adding 8,000 square feet of high-density data center space at the Global Switch facility in the Docklands in London, bringing Datapipe’s total space at the facility to 15,000 square feet. The company has also added a second facility in Slough. Read More

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