Amazon has issued a detailed summary about the events that occurred with its Dublin data center outage.
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Sprint plans to begin offering cloud services before the end of the year.
Despite the best intentions of reducing the federal data center footprint and freeing up dollars in reduced energy costs, the ambitious goal will be tough to meet, according to new research.
New research suggests that electricity consumption by data centers grew slower from 2005 to 2010 than the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency predicted in a 2007 report.
Facebook has decided to expand its first wholly owned data center.
The General Services Administration has successfully migrated its 17,000 employee email users from Lotus Notes to a professional version of Gmail packaged in Google Apps for Government.
Microsoft announced a set of tools and services built around the Azure platform that will allow researchers to analyze extremely large data sets.
The federal government plans to shut down 40 percent (800) of its data centers over the next four years. The shuttering of facilities is expected to free up billions of dollars a year and acres of real estate.
The governor's signature on Texas House Bill 1841 has come to the delight of several Texas-based hosting and data center companies.
Data center space has been one of the few bright spots in real estate of late, but some fear its peak has passed.
Following Microsoft's lead with its Windows Azure platform, Amazon Web Services announced that it was eliminating fees for inbound data transfer and reducing fees for outbound data transfer.
HP rolled out FlexNetwork, a unified architecture for the data center, campus and branch.
A survey found Fortune 1000 companies are highly resistant to the public cloud as a means of storage.
Federal CIO Vivek Kundra says 137 federal data centers will close by the end of the year.
After four days, Amazon's EC2 outage appears to be over, but Amazon and affected sites are still recovering.
Google has invested in a wind farm in Oklahoma to help offset the environmental impact of one of its data centers.
Commercial data center capacity is only expected to grow in the near term.
VMware has launched a new open source Platform-as-a-Service called Cloud Foundry.
Internet content delivery company Level 3 Communications has agreed to buy Global Crossing Limited in a deal valued at $3 billion.
Facebook launched the Open Compute Project, an initiative with the goal of developing servers and data centers using the model associated with open source software projects.
The IEEE has started a cloud computing initiative that it expects to be a "catalyst for innovation" in the area.
Fujitsu has launched a cloud consulting service that seeks to aid IT decision makers.
Dell inaugurated its new research and development center in Israel that will be used to develop cloud computing solutions and develop storage technologies.
Managed hosting provider Datapipe announced this week that all its U.S.-based data centers are now powered by 100 percent renewable energy.
Maxim Integrated Products announced the launch of the 78M6613, what it calls the industry's first system on chip (SoC) energy measurement solution for AC/DC power supplies.