Infrastructure

CloudSigma Changes Data Center Strategy, Moves Into Three New U.S. Locations

Public cloud provider CloudSigma is expanding into California, Florida and Hawaii data centers. The company is tapping Equinix‘s SV5 facility in Silicon Valley (San Jose) and MI3 in Boca Raton. In Hawaii it is using DRFortress as the provider. San Jose and Miami are typical deals, but the Hawaii deal is different: DRFortress is selling CloudSigma’s public cloud services. Read More

IBM Opens SoftLayer Data Center in Toronto, Canada

IBM opened a SoftLayer data center in Toronto, Canada. This is the first SoftLayer facility in the country and the fifth of the planned fifteen data centers this year as part of a broad $1.2 billion investment program to expand the SoftLayer cloud capacity. Total capacity in Toronto is more than 15,000 physical servers. Read More

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