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Tech Century Publishes on Hurricane Electric’s New PoP Outside Detroit

Tech Century Publishes on Hurricane Electric’s New PoP Outside Detroit

Veteran Michigan technology journalist Matt Roush covered the story and examined this newest Point of Presence announced by Hurricane Electric and established in Southfield, Michigan. From the article: BROADBAND CALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED DATA PROVIDER EXPANDS INTO MICHIGAN JANUARY 19, 2017 ESDMATTROUSH LEAVE A COMMENT SOUTHFIELD — Fremont, Calif.-based Hurricane Electric announced it had established a network Point of Presence (PoP) at the Southfield data center of 123Net. The company said it was its first PoP in […]

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Data Center Knowledge Features Report by North American Data Centers

Data Center Knowledge Features Report by North American Data Centers

North American Data Centers this week released its exclusive report of data center real estate activity from the previous year. According to the report and their own analysis, Data Center Knowledge discusses Microsoft’s role in data center leasing activity during 2016. From the article: COLOCATION, FEATURED, MICROSOFT Who Leased the Most Data Center Space in 2016? BY YEVGENIY SVERDLIK ON JANUARY 18, 2017 The short answer is Microsoft. The second-largest cloud service provider signed six of last year’s […]

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New PoP in Michigan for Hurricane Electric Noted by Telecom Ramblings

New PoP in Michigan for Hurricane Electric Noted by Telecom Ramblings

Telecom’s leading news digest recently featured Hurricane Electric for the company’s recent Point of Presence in Southfield, a suburb of Detroit, MI. From the article: Wednesday Bytes: Level 3, NJFX, Hurricane ectric, Masergy, INOC January 18th, 2017 by Rob Powell · Here’s another quick roundup of some more of the rapidfire news we’ve seen go out this week: Level 3’s DDoS mitigation services won an adherent this morning. The UK-based domain name registrar Safenames is […]

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Data Center Frontier Analyzes Findings from North American Data Centers’ 2017 Real Estate Review

Data Center Frontier Analyzes Findings from North American Data Centers’ 2017 Real Estate Review

The 2016 Data Center Real Estate Report, by North American Data Centers, reviews primary data center leasing activity from the previous year. From the article by Data Center Frontier: Microsoft Deals Drive Blockbuster Year for Data nter Leasing BY RICH MILLER – JANUARY 17, 2017 LEAVE A COMMENT Microsoft leased as much as 125 megawatts of third-party data center space in 2016, accounting for the top six deals in the wholesale data center market during […]

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Mission Critical Magazine Features Hurricane Electric for PoP in Michigan

Mission Critical Magazine Features Hurricane Electric for PoP in Michigan

Global Internet backbone provider, Hurricane Electric, continues releasing new Points of Presence around the world and recently announced its presence in Michigan, just outside Detroit. From the article: Home » Hurricane Electric Expands Global IP Transit Network To Michigan Data Center News Hurricane Electric Expands Global IP Transit Network To Michigan Growth in demand for high-speed Internet bandwidth in the Greater Detroit market facilitates global Internet backbone’s latest Midwestern move. January 17, 2017 KEYWORDS data […]

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“Fast network, furiously growing” reports Datacenter Dynamics about ColocationGuard

“Fast network, furiously growing” reports Datacenter Dynamics about ColocationGuard

ColocationGuard recently announced that Hibernia Networks has joined their portfolio of providers in Brooklyn. From the Datacenter Dynamics article: Hibernia Networks expands into Brooklyn data center 23 December 2016 By Sebastian Moss ColoGuard get another company’s PoP Hibernia Networks has launched a new Point of Presence (PoP) at ColocationGuard’s flagship CGNY1 Brooklyn data center. The new PoP gives ColoGuard customers at Brooklyn’s only data center access to the lowest latency transatlantic network currently operational, and a connection to […]

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Hosting Journalist Reports on ColocationGuard, Webair Partnership

Hosting Journalist Reports on ColocationGuard, Webair Partnership

ColocationGuard recently announced that its partnership with Webair allows its customers access to Webair’s managed services. From the article: ColocationGuard Partners with Webair to Give Its Customers Access to Webair’s Suite of Managed Services December 14, 2016 by Editor Leave a Comment ColocationGuard, a New York colocation provider operating a data center Brooklyn, is now partnering with Webair, a “high-touch, agile cloud and fully managed infrastructure service provider,” to give its customers access to Webair’s […]

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OpTerraADVANTAGE Financing Program Featured by North American Clean Energy

OpTerraADVANTAGE Financing Program Featured by North American Clean Energy

The recent release by OpTerra Energy Services, an energy conservation project financing program, has been examined by North American Clean Energy. From the article: OpTerra Energy Services Launches New Finance Offering for Energy Conservation and Sustainability Projects 14 Dec 2016 OpTerra Energy Services (OpTerra), a national energy services company that works with commercial, industrial and institutional clients as well as education, municipalities and other public sector entities to develop comprehensive sustainability programs, announced its new in-house […]

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Data Economy Publishes on ColocationGuard, Webair Partnership

Data Economy Publishes on ColocationGuard, Webair Partnership

Webair’s suite of Managed Services is now available to customers of ColocationGuard, Brooklyn’s only data center. From the article: New York Colo Partners With Webair In Managed Cloud Services Pursuit By João Marques Lima PUBLISHED: 13:03, 15 December, 2016 UPDATED: 13:41, 15 December, 2016 Brooklyn’s only data centre to host PoP as part of the partnership. Webair and ColocationGuard have entered a partnership to give customers access to Webair’s suite of Managed Services. ColocationGuard is  […]

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