IBM's Watson to develop patient care applications for health insurer WellPoint, Terremark selected by CareCloud, Online Tech achieves HIPAA compliance, Consonus relocates a large healthcare data center.
In the wake of its $1.4 billion acquisition of Terremark, Verizon confirmed last week that it will not build a large data center near Laramie, Wyoming. The company had previously backed out of another huge data center project in upstate New York.
Verizon completes SAS70 audits around the globe, Equinix Netherlands data center is completed, DukeNet joins Telx Ethernet Exchange, DataSite Orlando selected by web host.
Verizon Communications (VZ) has closed its $1.4 billion acquisition of Terremark Worldwide, clearing the way for Verizon to lead the rapidly evolving global managed IT infrastructure and cloud services market, the company said today.
Q9 opens data center in British Columbia, Internap (INAP) unveils XIP to accelerate Internet traffic, F5 (FFIV) announces virtual appliance, Verizon (VZ) completes first tender for Terremark (TMRK).
Was Verizon's huge Buffalo-area data center project derailed by a lawsuit by a local landowner? Or does Verizon's planned acquisition of Terremark make additional greenfield data center projects unnecessary?
Verizon has scrapped plans for a 900,000 square foot data center near Buffalo, citing delays in acquiring the land and a lawsuit from a local resident seeking to block the project. The data center could have meant more than $4 billion in...
The Mobile World Congress is set to kick off next week in Barcelona, Spain, at a time when the mobile industry continues to experience dramatic growth.
Verizon will acquire colocation and cloud hosting provider Terremark for $1.4 billion in a deal that will accelerate the telecom provider's push into cloud computing. Verizon will pay $19.00 in cash for each share of Terremark, about a 35 percent...
Verizon may have bought an option on land near Laramie, Wyoming, but the company is considering at least three other sites for a huge data center project in the western United States.