A shortened labor day week, but enough to get a look at a few more data center news items.
Up in northern New England, FairPoint Communications is touting a new data center customer. Northway Bank has selected them to house the computing infrastructure that helps run their 17 locations across New England. Fairpoint operates regional data centers in Manchester and Laconia, and has been targeting enterprise customers like this.
A day after its expansion announcement in Orangeburg New York, 1547 Critical Systems Realty also revealed the completion of some work on its data center out in Kapolei, Hawaii. AlohaNAP is now 50% bigger than it was, helping meet the demand that sold out the rest of the space. 1547 seems ready for a new project about now.
And CoreSite picked up a new tenant out in Los Angeles. Gamblit Gaming is moving in, establishing its first location within the USA. As you might guess, Gamblit Gaming is into 'real money online gambling', which has to be one of the dumber ways I can think of to lose one's money - but I digress. They'll be leveraging the easy access to the major cloud providers just like everyone else.
If you haven't already, please take our Reader Survey! Just 3 questions to help us better understand who is reading Telecom Ramblings so we can serve you better!Categories: Cloud Computing · Datacenter