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AT&T, Equinix enter new cloud services pact

AT&T is giving its existing VPN network customers another connection option by embedding its NetBond technology into a number of Equinix's data centers.

Equinix, Savvis hold dominant spots in U.S. colocation market

Equinix and CenturyLink's Savvis subsidiary have become the two dominant U.S. colocation providers, according to a new Synergy Research Group report.

Equinix enhances Japan presence with new Osaka data center

Equinix is continuing to make headway with its expansion efforts in Japan, opening up its first data center, OS1, in Osaka along with partners K-Opticom, Kanden Energy Solutions and O-BIC.

Equinix taps Level 3 alum Strohmeyer to head Americas division

Equinix has named Karl Strohmeyer as president of its Americas operation where he will be tasked with the management, strategy and growth plan for the region.

Equinix names Verizon veteran Ihab Tarazi as CTO

Ihab Tarazi, who is known in the telecom industry for his work at Verizon, has begun writing a new chapter in his telecom career by taking on the CTO position at Equinix.

Equinix enhances Rio presence with second data center

Equinix is taking a bigger bite out of the Latin American market as its ALOG subsidiary that it purchased in 2011 has built a second International Business Exchange in Rio de Janeiro.

Equinix, Digital Realty take charge of colocation market, says research firm

Equinix and Digital Realty, according to Synergy Research Group's Q2 report, may be the market share leaders in the colocation market, but they face a viable competitive threat in NTT which has colocation facilities in 21 countries.

Equinix employs BTI's 7000 series to support growth in Singapore

Equinix is deploying BTI Systems' Data Interconnect solution, including its BTI 7000 Series to interconnect its data centers in Singapore.

Verizon brings Private IP service to Equinix data centers

Verizon is extending its Private IP service to Equinix's International Business Exchange data centers worldwide to accommodate the growth of cloud computing and software-as-a-service applications.

Finding new opportunities in the data center

The data center market continues to evolve from a place where enterprises and service providers store racks of equipment to a platform for delivering managed services. One of the key trends driving the new interest in data centers, for both traditional providers and ILECs that are trying to transform themselves from voice-centric telcos, is cloud services.