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Health Insurers Are Trying To Track The Junk Food You Buy At Grocery Stores - Report

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Technology is driving consumers to track, record, and share loads of personal information.  Whether it be via fitness trackers, heart rate monitors, grocery and restaurant loyalty cards, or check-ins, people are sharing more personal data today than they ever have before.  But now it sounds like hospitals, insurers, and grocery...
Health Insurers Are Trying To Track The Junk Food You Buy At Grocery Stores - Report

The Pirate Bay Celebrates Independence Day, Six Years After the Raid

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Two weeks ago The Pirate Bay was offline for more than a day due to a DDoS attack. A rare event for a site that prides itself on being the “most resilient” torrent site on the Internet. However, looking at The Pirate Bay’s history it is actually a small miracle...
The Pirate Bay Celebrates Independence Day, Six Years After the Raid
Drones, Caves, and Toilets: When Data Centers Go Rogue

Pirate Bay Celebrates "Independence Day" 7-Year Raid Anniversary

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The Pirate Bay has undergone some drastic changes over the years, moving from a fully-fledged BitTorrent tracker to a trimmed down torrent index. First the tracker was removed, then the torrents followed and a few months ago the infamous torrent site canceled nearly all central servers as it moved to...
Pirate Bay Celebrates "Independence Day" 7-Year Raid Anniversary

AT&T Finally Gives Up On Their In-House CDN: Will Resell Akamai's CDN Services

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In August I reported that AT&T was planning to shut down their in-house CDN and re-sell CDN services from Akamai or Limelight Networks and that Akamai would probably win the deal since they were willing to guarantee AT&T more business than Limelight would. This morning, AT&T and Akamai made the...
AT&T Finally Gives Up On Their In-House CDN: Will Resell Akamai's CDN Services

Sponsored post: Cloud and co-location hybridization (live webcast)

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For organizations that desire to retain ownership and control of the compute, storage and network equipment, co-location is a critical IT infrastructure solution. However, traditional co-location typically lacks the transparency, automation and flexibility inherent in cloud services, making it difficult to gain a holistic view of the environment or to...
Sponsored post: Cloud and co-location hybridization (live webcast)
One big cluster: How CloudFlare launched 10 data centers in 30 days

Sponsored post: Cloud and co-location hybridization (live webcast)

gigaom.com
For organizations that desire to retain ownership and control of the compute, storage and network equipment, co-location is a critical IT infrastructure solution. However, traditional co-location typically lacks the transparency, automation and flexibility inherent in cloud services, making it difficult to gain a holistic view of the environment or to...
Sponsored post: Cloud and co-location hybridization (live webcast)

Apple's new Spaceship campus set to open in 2016 as project experiences delays

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Apple’s plans for its new 2.8 million square foot ‘Spaceship’ campus, first presented by Steve Jobs to the Cupertino City Council in 2011, have been hit by a small delay, requiring the company to amend its schedule and look to open its new headquarters in mid-2016. Bloomberg reports that Apple...
Apple's new Spaceship campus set to open in 2016 as project experiences delays

Fat databases, small pipes: The problem of data inertia

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(L to R) Lew Tucker, VP and CTO, Cisco; Serban Simu, co-founder and VP of Engineering, Aspera; Haseeb Budhani, Chief Products Officer, Infineta Systems(c)2012 Pinar Ozger pinar@pinarozger.comAs datasets get fatter and cumbersome, it’s becoming increasingly harder to move them around. Even the fattest multi-gigabit pipes look like cocktail straws when...
Fat databases, small pipes: The problem of data inertia

No Kidding! Telx, a Data Center Operator, Files for a $100M IPO

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The Telx Group, a New York City-based data center operator, has filed for an initial public offering that could see it raise as much as $100 million from the public markets. The last major data center operator to go public was RackSpace, and that was back in 2009. With the...
No Kidding! Telx, a Data Center Operator, Files for a $100M IPO

Report: Portland's AppFog to be acquired by Savvis

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Portland platform-as-a-service startup AppFog is set to be acquired by Savvis, the big co-location and data center operator that’s owned by CenturyLink, according to a report in GigaOm. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. But it could mark an exit for three Seattle venture capital firms — Ignition, Madrona...
Report: Portland's AppFog to be acquired by Savvis

How to Host Your Data for Less in Iceland's Green Data Centers

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Iceland's nascent data center industry, powered by cheap, renewable energy, could be a growth driver in that nation's economic recovery and the cloud computing revolution. It could also save your company money. If you're looking to host data between Europe and the U.S., it's worth taking a look at your...
How to Host Your Data for Less in Iceland's Green Data Centers

Where does the web live? Surprisingly, Houston is a popular neighborhood

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If you wanted to find the “homes” of the world’s top web sites, the United States would be a good place to start given that 43 percent of the top 1 million sites are hosted there. But according to data released Thursday by Royal Pingdom the top city for hosting...
Where does the web live? Surprisingly, Houston is a popular neighborhood

Amazon to Provide Indian Cloud Services Over Tata Infrastructure?

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Tata Communications is currently one of the top two cloud players across India and Singapore, offering a combination of co-location, infrastructure-as-a-service, software-as-a-service, IT managed services and content delivery network....
Amazon to Provide Indian Cloud Services Over Tata Infrastructure?

Check out some of the new data center hotspots (for co-lo that is)

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The demand for data centers just isn’t subsiding. And to serve the companies that can’t build their own data centers, there’s there has been a boom in retail co-location space around the world, according to Telegeography. The places in which this boom is happening may surprise you. While traditional data...
Check out some of the new data center hotspots (for co-lo that is)
How Africa is embracing "the cloud" on its own terms
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