Earlier this week, Google announced the expansion of its global data fleet with the building of its new, soon-to-be data center located on a 15-Hectare site in Changhua Country, situated on the West Coast of Taiwan.
This gallery contains 24 photos.
I was recently afforded the opportunity to travel to the Windy City with a colleague to view the progress being made at our managed facility at PlusOne Chicago. To receive a behind-the-scenes insight, from the start of the renovations until … Continue reading
Shrouded in an impenetrable fortress of various traps, biometrics and firewalls to discourage potential hackers, hijackers and intruders from rifling important data, Visa’s Operations Center East (OCE), one of the newest and most advanced data center’s in the country, is … Continue reading
IBM recently announced that its new, high-performance computing technology and services, which are supported through IBM’s iDataPlex servers and General Parallel File System, an advanced file system for high-performance computing clusters that provide high-speed file access to data-intensive applications, … Continue reading
Europe’s leading research centers and commercial service providers are working towards creating a new cloud platform called: Helix Nebula-the Science Cloud.
The software giant, Microsoft, is spending approximately US$ 130 million to build its second data center in Dublin, Ireland. According to Microsoft, the expansion of their data center fleet in Dublin is a response to the increased demand for cloud … Continue reading
CHICAGO, IL-Facility Gateway Corporation, who was selected to manage the 601 W. Polk building in downtown Chicago, chose Environmental Systems Design (ESD), a consulting-engineering firm for data center and mission critical facilities, to design the first phase of Facility Gateway … Continue reading
Hewlett Packard (HP) unveiled its next generation servers, the Proliant Gen8, which integrates new technologies to reduce maintenance and power costs without sacrificing Uptime stability.
CoSentry, a one source provider of data center, cloud computing, and managed technical services, recently announced its plans to build a $31.6 million data center in Lenexa, Kansas, located conveniently within the greater Kansas City area.
Effective January 1, 2011 mobile engines greater than 130 bkW (175 bhp) and non-emergency stationary engines less than 10 liters per cylinder and greater than 130 bkW (175 bhp) are required to meet Tier 4 Interim emissions regulations.