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Phoenix Colocation Special Pricing on a Private Full Cab
Phoenix, Arizona · Full cabinets (1+) · Not Applicable · 75 Mpbs · /29 (8 usable)
$979/month
Sale ends on Dec 31
Dedicated Server Dual CPU E5-2650v2 32GB Ram
Bettendorf, Iowa · Dedicated Server · 15/120V AC (single phase) · 100 Mbps · /30 (4 usable)
$150/month
Sale ends on Dec 31
New Jersey 5kW Cabinet with 100 Mbps Blended Bandwidth
Franklin Township, New Jersey · Full cabinets (1+) · 5 kW · 30A/208 AC (single phase) · 100 Mbps · /28 (16 usable)
$1600/month
Sale ends on Sep 30
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$500 Full Cabinet Colo 2kW Irvine, CA Los Angeles, LAX3
Irvine, California · Full cabinets (1+) · 2 kW · 30A/208 AC (single phase) · Internet not included · IPs not included
$500/month
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Digital Realty Adds IBM Cloud Direct Link at its Sydney Data Center Campus
Digital Realty, a leading global provider of data center, colocation, and interconnection solutions, will provide direct link access to IBM Cloud from its Sydney campus. The data center provider announced the expanded access to IBM Cloud in Australia through the availability of IBM Cloud Direct Link Dedicating Hosting services in Sydney.The IBM Cloud direct link dedicated hosting service is available for Australian customers from Digital Realtys 3.5-hectare data center campus on Templar Road in Erskine Park. According to the provider, the new low-latency service provides high-speed access to the IBM Cloud in Sydney with speeds up to 10 Gbit/s. The IBM Cloud data center is collocated on the Digital Realty campus in Sydney, further reducing latency for high-performance use cases. The flexibility of offering customers multiple options enables them to choose the level of service they need to help meet their specific speed, deployment and location requirements. Combined with Digital Realtys Service Exchange, customers can also take advantage of on-demand network functionality powered by Megaport, said Digital Realty Chief Technology Officer Chris Sharp. Digital Realty currently has nine global locations that can be utilized for low-latency colocation, privately connected to IBM Cloud via the IBM Direct Link Dedicated Hosting offering. The new initiative will be beneficial for local enterprises who want to go further with their hybrid cloud journeys. The move by Digital Realty is expected to accelerate hybrid cloud adoption for its Australian customer base.Todays enterprise is looking for the competitive advantages that a hybrid cloud strategy can offer. This means companies need integrated and holistically managed clouds both on and off premises and across different clouds with the networking support required for fast, reliable and secure data movement and processing, said Michael Fork, Distinguished Engineer Director, Offering Management IBM Cloud. Through this expanded offering, Digital Realty is providing their customers with a new on-ramp to the IBM Cloud and our suite of higher value services like AI, blockchain, analytics, IoT and quantum, added Michael Fork.Digital Realty supports more than 2,000 firms across its highly-secure, network-rich portfolio of data centers located throughout North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Australia. Digital Realty arrived in Australia in 2012 with the SYD10 data center at Erskine Park. It now operates five data centers in the country.
19 Aug 2019
CyrusOne Integrates Megaport Into London I Data Center
CyrusOne, a premier global data center REIT, is expanding its partnership with Megaport Limited, a leading Network as a Service provider. CyrusOne will deploy the full suite of Megaport services at its London I data center in Slough, U.K. This is the first collaboration between the two companies in Europe. They already have a successful partnership in the U.S.As more and more enterprise customers opt for hybrid cloud architectures, they want the flexibility to scale rapidly and course correct quickly as their demands change. Given the highly successful partnership we already have in the U.S., it was an easy decision to bring this service to Europe where we have a rapidly growing portfolio of enterprise customers, said Tesh Durvasula, President, Europe, CyrusOne.The company informed that its customers can now enjoy secure, on-demand connections to leading Cloud Services Providers (CSPs) directly from the London facility. It delivers access to a global ecosystem of more than 300 service providers, including top global CSPs.CyrusOnes premier London location gives enterprises a great local option for building their hybrid, multicloud, cloud-to-cloud, and disaster recovery solutions. Our proven working relationship enables us to move quickly to meet the escalating demand in Europe, said Peter Hase, Chief Commercial Officer, Megaport.Megaports elastic connectivity provides the much-needed flexibility for CyrusOne customers. They can vary connectivity requirements based on actual demand. The customers can order new cloud services, scale, and control in real-time. It enables them to deploy a network strategy in days and pay only for what they need. The company guarantees secure and protected connections with automatic fail-over.CyrusOne provides mission-critical data center facilities that protect and ensure the continued operation of IT infrastructure. Its portfolio now includes more than than 40 enterprise-class facilities across three continents, and more than 4 million square feet of total net rentable square footage (NRSF).As a global leading provider of Elastic Interconnection services, Megaport enables customers to rapidly connect their network to other services across the Megaport Network using SDN. Megaport connects over 1,350 customers in over 465 enabled data centers globally.
19 Aug 2019
Reliance Jio and Microsoft Sign 10-year Cloud Agreement
Indian mobile carrier Reliance Jio, a subsidiary of Reliance Industries Limited has entered into a comprehensive 10-year alliance with Microsoft. Reliance Industries chairman, Mukesh Ambani announced the partnership at the companys 42nd annual general meeting.By working together to develop innovative and affordable cloud-enabled digital solutions built around Jios world-class digital infrastructure and Microsofts Azure cloud platform, we will accelerate the digitization of the Indian economy and make Indian businesses globally competitive, said Mukesh Ambani.As per the deal, Reliance will set up a network of large, world-class data centers across the country, consisting of next-generation computer, storage, and networking capabilities. They will be powered by Microsofts Azure cloud platform. The initial two data centers with 7.5 MW of power will be constructed in Gujarat and Maharashtra. It is expected to be fully operational in the calendar year 2020.Microsoft expects the collaboration to accelerate Indias digital transformation and bring the latest technologies to millions of businesses across the country. The combination of Jios leading connectivity and digital solutions with Azure, Azure AI and Office 365 will bring powerful tools and platforms for compute, storage, productivity and more to millions of businesses in the country, said Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO.Reliance Jio will completely migrate all its internal workforce to Microsoft Office 365, which will include all the cloud-based collaboration tools. All their non-network applications will move to the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. Jio will also leverage Microsofts speech and language cognitive services for its device ecosystem, providing support in 13 Indian languages.The partnership with Jio augments Microsofts presence in India. With the new deal, the tech giant will be in a position to expand its data center footprint in the country, posing a challenge to its biggest public cloud competitors, Amazon and Google. Microsoft was the first to offer services in India from local data centers in 2015. The very next year, Amazon Web Services launched its first Indian cloud region. In 2017, Google Cloud Platform entered the Indian market.
16 Aug 2019
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