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Pacnet and China Telecom partner on datacentres, cloud

Hong Kong-based Pacnet, which operates a large datacentre network in Asia Pacific, the US and Europe announced a strategic partnership with China Telecom Thursday that will see both companies jointly expand and develop datacentres for cloud solutions in the city of Chongqing, a rapidly growing municipality in the southwest of China. 44 more words


Fibre Channel vs. Ethernet – Should You Switch?

Depending on which study you read, fibre channel based storage area networks are the topology of choice for somewhere between 40% to 60% of the storage networks in production. 624 more words

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Look inside IBM's bold plan to save the Power architecture

After opening up its Power PC architecture last August, IBM on Wednesday unveiled a new line of servers built to challenge Intel’s x86 architecture inside the data center. 779 more words


Armed with a solidified ‘data center to device’ story, VMware is poised to execute for long-term growth

By Krista Macomber, Analyst

VMware’s investments in the software-defined data center and end-user computing will facilitate expansion across the data center in 2H14 and 2015… 833 more words


T5 Data Centers™ Continues Success with New Major Financial Services Tenants

T5′s Purpose-built Data Center Design Offers the Redundancy, Security, and Versatility to Continue to Attract Tenants with Business-critical Computing Needs.

Atlanta, GA, USA (April 23, 2014) — T5 Data Centers™ ( 588 more words

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The main concern in today’s growing IT sectors is the storage and maintenance of the data. As the data keep on updating according to the needs of users, there is a huge overhead in the maintenance of the hardware by the company. 192 more words

Achieving improved energy efficiency with green data centres

Today’s Big Data revolution has given governments and the industry the opportunity to tap the potential of their most important resource – their data. However, despite its substantial benefits, Keith Murray, Vice President for IT Business at Schneider Electric, says its impact on the environment should compel users and the industry to look for more effective ways to sustainably consume energy. 43 more words