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Serverloft To Provide 30 Minute Server Availability Guarantee, Traffic Flat rate & No Minimum Contract Term

Web hosting provider serverloft today announced that it now guarantees server availability within 30 minutes of order and that it is the first hosting company in Europe to do so. The 30 minutes availability is offered for all PerfectServer systems with a green traffic light icon, which is visible right next to the server offer. All PerfectServers are based on 19” brand name servers by HP and are pre-configured with optimally coordinated components. When servers are utilized commercially, fast availability can provide a key competitive edge. Furthermore, with us there is no minimum contract term, so our customers are also flexible in how long they use our server. – Jan-Jaap Jager, CEO, serverloft. The company also announced two other major innovations – the first one being a traffic-f...

Fujitsu uses waste heat to cool data centers

DAILYHOSTNEWS, November 8, 2011 – District heating may refer to when excess data centers heat is used to heat homes – but now Fujitsu Laboratories says you don’t even need to send the heat out of the data center, instead it can be used for internal cooling. Fujitsu said it has developed a new cooling technology that uses heat as an energy source, instead of traditional cooling factory equipment which uses electricity to cool air. It said the technology, once deemed reliable enough, could be seen in commercial deployments by 2014. The technology chills water from relatively low-temperature sources, including CPUs, which if water cooled, will produce water at 55°C, keeping it at a constant temperature. “This technology offers the ability to use a CPU’s waste heat to cool a data c...

Data Center Power Analysis: Fujitsu’s Solution

DAILYHOSTNEWS, October 15, 2011 – It might not escape unnoticed that power consumption is a big challenge when it involves running a data center. Not only does the amount of power a facility consumes affect costs, it can also determine how well a data center runs. This week, an IT company Fujistu has announced that it has invented a new way of testing power consumption. The technology is based on thermal flows and the company asserts the solution can determine such “at calculation speeds over 1,000 times faster than was previously possible.” So really what is the trick? According to the company, the technology acts a simulator, determining what amount of power a data center may consume based on thermal flows. It takes into account such factors as ICT hardware, power supplies, and air condi...

Fujitsu to Offer India-Based System Operations Services

DAILYHOSTNEWS, October 12, 2011 – Fujitsu recently announced the availability of its new Remote Infrastructure Management service in India. The service will help to deliver high-quality system operations at a low price through offshore facilities. The company also offers similar services in Japan. The new service will remotely handle the operational oversight of customer systems and will be operated by India-based Fujitsu Consulting India (FCIPL). Apart from bringing together a wide range of technologies and expertise from within the company group, the service also enables high-quality system operations that overcome common concerns underpinning offshore services– differences in language, culture, and technology. Since the service is offered at a low price, customers can trim their system ...

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