SGI announced changes to its ICE Cube family of containerized data centers, adding new models that will be able to house standard server racks for the first time.
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QTS announced that it has expanded its Santa Clara facility, offering Silicon Valley businesses up to an additional 70,000 square feet of data center space.
In an effort to meed the data center demands of corporate users, Digital Realty Trust bought two shell buildings in Santa Clara, Calif.
The $287 million data center is tasked with managing all transactions and revenue from eBay.com and PayPal.com.
Opera Software is moving its data processing capacity to a newly built center in Iceland.
Google and VMware are collaborating to enable enterprise software developers to build and manage applications within any cloud environment.
Business savvy agriculturalists may soon be able to milk additional funds from technology companies willing to rent land and use the manure from the cows to power their data centers.
CA is expanding its cloud and virtualization management capabilities through an expanded relationship with Cisco and a host of new offerings.
CA tweaked its name again. The software maker also made a firm commitment to cloud services.
The federal government is moving Recovery.gov to the cloud with the aim of saving money and reducing waste.
Since many Japanese businesses are uncomfortable with having their data overseas, Salesforce.com will open a data center in Tokyo to broaden its client base in the country.
EvoSwitch is more than doubling the operational space in its Amsterdam-based data center in an effort to greater serve its customers and continue to increase its own energy savings.
VMware's acquisition of GemStone Systems is the latest in a series of moves that signal its desire to become the software supplier of cloud builders.
Cloud Computing is on the cusp of a major boon in the UK, largely driven by enterprises' desire to cut costs and become more scalable.
Cisco Systems and EMC named Michael Capellas to head Acadia, their joint venture, aimed in part at promoting cloud computing to business clients.
IBM's purchase of Cast Iron is just one of many acquisitions and investments shaping the cloud playing field.
Dallas-based SoftLayer, which operates a network of data centers across the U.S., announced today that it has dramatically expanded its network infrastructure, adding seven additional points of presence (POPs) across the country.