Two from China, one from Europe, and one from North America worth keeping up with:
Big Data Exchange is taking its Flexible Data Halls offering into Nanjing. They have launched the solution at their NKG1 facility, supporting varying power densities up to 10kW. BDx just opened the first phase of this facility in June of this year.
Chayora is officially launching its first data center in Shanghai. The initial facility sits on a campus with as much as 54MW of IT load available. The first data halls will be ready for service this quarter, while plans for the campus call for 3 buildings of 5 floors each supporting 10,000 racks. Chayora's first campus up in Tianjin also continues to expand.
Orange Business has won another convert to its IoT technology. Safran Aircraft Engines will be using it to optimize tracking and management of tools within its production areas. The solution leverages 250 antennas and 15K trackers across two of their sites in France. Now if only I could find that one wrench in my garage.
And Alianza has picked up a customer for its UCaaS solution up north. The rural Canadian ISP Xplornet will be leveraging Alianza's Cymbus platform to serve its business customers, whether in-office, remote, or both. Xplornet leverages fixed-wireless to cover less densely populated regions, of which Canada has many.
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