AT&T has agreed to buy T-Mobile USA from parent Deutsche Telekom for $39 billion in cash and stock, the companies said Sunday. We look at the data center angles of the deal, along with a roundup of notable commentary and analysis from around...
The week in review: Global data center construction market expected to grow to $78 billion by 2020, HP is betting on the cloud with WebOS, Verizon scraps plans for massive upstate NY data center, Japan may prioritize power for data centers.
DTI picks TelecityGroup to launch European Cloud, Virtus finishes London data center build, AFCOM sets finalists for Data Center Manager of the Year, Voxel names Callahan as SVP of Sales and Marketing.
Friday's earthquake and tsunami in Japan caused limited damage to undersea telecom cables, but phone networks struggled to cope. The disaster may also have implications for the semiconductor industry and the supply of flash memory products.
The Data Center Week in Review: Yahoo unveils $500 million expansion and new design, Facebook's use of SSD boosts Fusion-io, how Japan's data centers manage earthquake risk, cloud companies on a hiring binge.
HP plans $60 million facility in New Zealand, DataPipe powers U.S. facilities with green power certificates, SOASTA awarded patent on cloud GUI, Alhambra data center moves closer to reality, McAfee adds data center in London,
In its annual technical forum last week, The Green Grid unveiled a new Data Center Maturity Model (DCMM), which presents a holistic approach to data center efficiency. Here's an overview from the Green Grid's Harkeeret Singh.