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Polargy featured in Data Center Knowledge piece on their new Tool-Less Blanking Panels

Polargy recently was featured in Data Center Knowledge in an article about their new line of tool-less blanking panels. From the article: The panels’ “Hook-Swing-Snap” design enables installation and removal without tools, providing data center operators with improved flexibility in server rack maintenance. Installation consists simply of sliding a panel’s pivot pins into a rack’s mounting rail holes and snapping slide tabs at the opposite side of the panel into the opposing rail. A gasket […]

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Hurricane Electric Expands in the Midwest With New Point-of-Presence at 5NINES in Madison, Wisconsin

New PoP Will Provide Improved Internet Connectivity and Greater Access to the World’s Largest IPv6 Backbone MADISON, WI–July 2, 2012(Marketwire – Jul 2, 2012) – Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone and leading colocation provider, has established a point-of-presence (PoP) at 5NINES at 222 West Washington Ave, Madison, Wisconsin. Hurricane Electric’s new PoP will allow carriers at 5NINES to exchange IP traffic (or “peer”) directly with Hurricane’s global Internet backbone. The new PoP will […]

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Using load banking solutions to optimize data center commissioning

This Whitepaper written for Data Center Knowledge and ComRent explores how data center operators who properly leverage load bank technology during data-center commissioning can validate electrical and mechanical infrastructure performance, qualify for LEED certification, accelerate commissioning, and reduce overall data center commissioning costs. Click here to read the full Whitepaper.

Owen DeLong from Hurricane Electric interviewed for New York Times article on IPv6 day

Owen DeLong,  IPv6 evangelist at Hurricane Electric, was recently interviewed for a New York Times article on IPv6 day. From the article: What is IPv6? Every device that connects to the Internet has an address, called an IP address (for Internet protocol), which comes in a string of numbers. IPv6 is a new protocol for Internet addresses. The old protocol, known as IPv4, was designed to accommodate labs, universities and the military, when the Internet was […]

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Hurricane Electric’s Owen DeLong interviewed about IPv6 for New York Times

Owen DeLong, IPv6 evangelist at Hurricane Electric, had a Q and A session with the New York Times about IPv6 Day and what IPv6 means for the future of the internet. What is IPv6? Every device that connects to the Internet has an address, called an IP address (for Internet protocol), which comes in a string of numbers. IPv6 is a new protocol for Internet addresses. The old protocol, known as IPv4, was designed to accommodate […]

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Hurricane Electric’s Mike Leber featured in Silicon Valley Business Journal

Hurricane Electric’s Mike Leber featured in Silicon Valley Business Journal

Hurricane Electric’s President Mike Leber was recently interviewed for the San Jose Business Journal in an article titled “Fremont’s Hurricane at the center of IP storm”. From the article: Over the next year, demand for more IP addresses is expected to explode as the number of computers, mobile devices and smart gadgets used worldwide rises above 1 trillion. One Silicon Valley data center is already prepared because it expanded its facility early. Fremont’s Hurricane Electric […]

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Hurricane Electric’s Mike Leber interviewed for San Jose Business Journal

Hurricane Electric’s Mike Leber interviewed for San Jose Business Journal

Hurricane Electric’s President Mike Leber was recently interviewed for the San Jose Business Journal in an article titled “Fremont’s Hurricane at the center of IP storm”. From the article: Over the next year, demand for more IP addresses is expected to explode as the number of computers, mobile devices and smart gadgets used worldwide rises above 1 trillion. One Silicon Valley data center is already prepared because it expanded its facility early. Fremont’s Hurricane Electric […]

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Future Facilities Named “Cool Vendor” in the Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) Space by Leading Industry Analyst Firm

Leading data center operations Software Company has ability to manage data center capacity and extend the life of critical data center infrastructure SAN JOSE, Calif.–May 10, 2012(BUSINESS WIRE)–Future Facilities, a leading provider of data center design and operations management software, today announced that it has been named a “2012 Cool Vendor in DCIM and Related Tools” by leading analyst firm Gartner, Inc. “We’re honored to be cited by a leading firm like Gartner, whose reports […]

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Bluestone Energy featured in Today’s Facility Manager article about Stop and Shop’s energy conservation efforts

Bluestone was recently featured in an article about Stop and Shop’s energy conservation efforts. From the article: In 2008, Stop & Shop called upon the expertise of Bluestone Energy Services, based in Norwell, MA, to assist in company wide energy improvements. “The company helped us with numerous aspects of our projects, from conducting store surveys to performing turnkey installations,” says Macomber. “Bluestone has also helped us with completing applications for energy rebates and incentives.” Stop […]

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Milldam Public Affairs to Highlight Recent Data Center Publicity Campaigns at The Northern California Data Center Summit in Santa Clara

High-tech public relations firm to exhibit recent data center white papers and strategic communications campaigns developed on behalf of colocation facilities and data center solutions providers SANTA CLARA, Calif.– April 9, 2012(BUSINESS WIRE)–Milldam Public Affairs, a full-service strategic communications firm serving data center, facilities, telecomm and green-technology companies, today announced that it will be exhibiting at The Northern California Data Center Summit, taking place this Thursday, April 12 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in […]

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