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Digital Realty Enters Australian Market

Digital Realty Trust has entered the Australian data centre market with the acquisition of a 3.48 hectare (8.6 acre) development site in Sydney, Australia where it plans to build more than 200,000 square feet of raised-floor space. Read More

New York Internet Expands its Horizons to NJ

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New York Internet made its name as provider of colocation and managed hosting services to financial services from a data center in Manhattan’s financial district. The company has now broadened its horizons by opening a second data center in New Jersey. Read More

Q&A: Edward Henigin of Data Foundry

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Edward Henigin is the Chief Technology Officer of Data Foundry, which today announced the opening of Texas 1, the company’s 250,000 square foot data center in Austin, Texas. Data Center Knowledge recently had an email question-and-answer session with Ed about the new facility and some of its features. Read More

Data Foundry Opens Texas 1 Data Center

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Colocation and disaster recovery specialist Data Foundry has opened the doors to its Texas 1 data center in Austin, Texas. The 130,00 square foot first phase is now operational and the first customers have started moving into the of the 250,000 square foot data center. Read More

Adobe Expands With Singapore Data Center

Adobe Systems (ADBE) has opened a data center in Singapore as part of a broader expansion of its services into the Asia-Pacific market, the company said today. Adobe has signed a lease for space in a new data center building owned by Digital Realty Trust (DLR). Read More

Australia’s Carbon Tax and Data Centers

Australia has approved plans to implement penalties for the nation’s largest carbon emitters. Since data centers are typically among the largest users of electricity, the data center sector is examining the likely impact on its business. Here’s a roundup of early commentary and analysis. Read More

Texas and Taxes: Relief For Hosting Companies

Does having a server in a data center make your business a resident of the state where the data center is located – invoking the requirement to collect state taxes? Not in Texas anymore, as hosting companies succeeded in a push to clarify a ruling on whether a server established a business presence. Read More

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