Roundup: H5 Colo, Emerson, Center 7

A roundup of industry news from H5 Colo. Emerson Network Power (EMR), Future Facilities and Center 7.

Rich Miller

October 15, 2008

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It's been a busy week for data center news, so here's a roundup of news and links from the data center industry:

  • McKnight Development has launched a new company to develop data centers in the Dallas market, according to BizJournals.  The real estate firm formed H5 Colo, which is developing 51,000 square feet of data center space in the 220,000-square-foot Park Central IV building.

  • Emerson Network Power is integrating Future Facilities' 6SigmaDC computational fluid dynamics (CFD) tools with its Aperture VISTA infrastructure management system. “These developments support our strategy to aggressively develop more sophisticated tools and services to help global businesses manage the increasing complexity of their data center infrastructure,” said Fred Stack, vice president of marketing at Emerson's Liebert Precision Cooling unit.

  • Center 7, Inc. announced that Access Technology Solutions, a provider of eCommerce logistics and technology, has signed a multi-year agreement to utilize Center 7's data protection and hosting facilities.

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