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Cisco OTV: Virtually Spanning Data Centers


On Monday Cisco Systems (CSCO) will officially introduce a new technology that will make it easier to move groups of virtual machines between data centers, potentially opening new frontiers in disaster recovery, data center consolidation, and even energy management.
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Roundup: Level 3, AboveNet, Sentrum

Roundup: Level 3 works to deliver uncompressed high-definitiion video for Super Bowl, AboveNet extends its UK fiber network to Sentrum’s new 200,000 square foot data center in Surrey, UK. Read More

WAN Optimization Outlook

The WAN Optimization market has been hot lately, as corporate networks support more dispersed audiences and cloud computing applications proliferate. Here’s a look at major players and recent headlines. Read More

The Bunker Gets Expansion Funding

The Bunker, a subterranean data bunker in Kent, UK announced this week that it has completed its fourth round of financing, raising £1million ($1.6 million US) of new funds from existing shareholders. The new funds will be used to fund continued upgrades to the company’s data centers. Read More

SeaMicro: More Than Just Low-Power Servers

The initial buzz around stealthy server startup SeaMicro has focused on its plans to build powerful multi-core servers using Intel’s low-power Atom chips. But the company’s patent filings reveal broader plans for an interconnection fabric that will knit together servers, storage and peripherals using hardware-based virtualization. Read More

European Data Center Revenue May Double

A report published by Tariff Consultancy Ltd notes that European data centre revenue is “set to more than double over the five year period from 2010 to 2015, with net raised floor space to increase by 70%, driven primarily by price increases.” Read More

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