Through their long-term lease, INAP will add approximately 200,000 gross square feet of data center space with up to 10 MW of “highly” redundant critical power capacity.
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F5 Networks has announced new offerings providing access controls and dedicated SSL visibility with orchestration capabilities to help thwart today’s most sophisticated cyber attacks.
This week we’re providing you with a list of news items on the latest mergers and acquisitions within the global colocation data center market.
UKFast, a fast-growing hosting provider from the UK headquartered in Manchester, has engaged a team from global investment bank, GCA Altium, headed by their CEO, Phil Adams, to review strategic options including a potential float.
KPN Business Continuity Management (BCM) Business can now provide its disaster recovery (DR) and backup services “in a cost-efficient way” in all relevant data centers in the Netherlands by cooperating with NL-ix – a pan-European Interconnect Exchange based in the Netherlands.
The 15th annual VMworld 2018 U.S. will be held August 26-30 in Las Vegas ,Later this year, the 11th annual VMworld 2018 Europe will return to Fira Barcelona Gran Via November 5-8.
Global cybersecurity solutions provider, Check Point, has launched its new 23900 security gateway, providing protection against the most advanced fifth generation of cyber-attacks targeting enterprise and data center networks.
Raritan has introduced an intelligent electronic door access-and-control system that supports all types of data center cabinets and enclosures. The “easy-to-install” Raritan SmartLock system would safeguard the server cabinet – and its residing data – by managing the physical access to the cabinet and keeping a digital log of all activity.
VIRTUS Data Centres, one of the fastest growing data center providers in the UK, has brought its Stockley Park data center campus in London online. VIRTUS LONDON5 and LONDON6 are the first two colocation data centers to open on the campus, delivering 40 MW of IT capacity.