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  1. NTT has announced the launch of its seventh London-based data centre location in the London neighbourhood of Hemel Hempstead. It is expected to deliver half of its full capacity in phase 1, as well as 9,600m2 of IT space and 24MW of IT load once fully built up. NTT also intends to spend in order to extend the capacity of its data centre in Dagenham, East London, which opened in 2020. NTT's data centre in London now provides 53+MW of operational IT capacity. With this additional investment, the NTT will be able to operate in the London market with a capacity of 120+MW when Hemel Hempstead 4 and London 1 are completed. Read More: https://www.hostingseekers.com/blog/ntt-announced-expansion-of-120-mw-data-centre-in-london
  2. ExpressVPN is well-known around the world for their VPN services. Using Bugcrowd's Bug Bounty service, the business is currently paying $100,000 to researchers who can identify and demonstrate ExpressVPN in-house technology's significant flaws, TrustedServer. ExpressVPN claims that this is their largest single prize on the Bugcrowd platform. This bug bounty is ten times larger than Express VPN's previous incentive, demonstrating the company's commitment to providing essential privacy measures to its consumers. Read More: https://www.hostingseekers.com/blog/expressvpn-increased-bug-bounty-reward
  3. Clear Skye, a supplier of identity security and governance solutions, based its cybersecurity service directly on ServiceNow. A Series A round of $14 million was recently raised by the firm. Since the company's seed round in 2020, it has expanded its total funding to roughly $20 million. Clear Skye is a native identity security and governance system for ServiceNow. The company reimagines corporate identity access and risk management by allowing firms to use a familiar interface, providing better identity control and information, and connecting IT and businesses. Clear Skye is committed to reducing friction, increasing productivity, and shortening time-to-value by breaking down silos between functional areas like as HR, IT, SecOps, and GRC. Read More: https://www.hostingseekers.com/blog/clear-skye-raised-14-million-in-series-a-funding
  4. Backdoor malware is a form of malware that disables the standard authentication mechanism for gaining access to a system. As a result, remote access is granted to resources within an application, such as databases and file servers, allowing criminals to remotely access a system using commands and simply update the virus. Backdoor infections on WordPress websites hosted by GoDaddy's Managed WordPress service have increased, according to internet security specialists. All of these websites have the same backdoor payload. Other internet service resellers affected by this issue include Host Europe Managed WordPress, MediaTemple, tsoHost, 123Reg, Domain Factory, and Heart Internet. Read More: https://www.hostingseekers.com/blog/godaddy-hosted-websites-got-infected-by-backdoor
  5. Datto is a global cybersecurity and cloud-based software solution provider designed specifically for managed service providers (MSPs). Kaseya has now signed into a binding deal to purchase Datto for $6.2 billion. Kaseya is well-known for offering MSPs and SMBs with unified IT management and security software. According to Fred Voccola, CEO of Kaseya, this is fantastic news for Kaseya's worldwide clients, who can now expect more functional, innovative, and integrated solutions as a result of the acquisition. Datto is dedicated to its customers and workers. They have a clear focus and objective, which makes us a perfect fit and will assist our precious clients achieve new levels of success. Read More: https://www.hostingseekers.com/blog/kaseya-acquires-datto-for-6-2-billion
  6. Global Xchange (GCX), a network service provider, enables global access for media providers, telecom carriers, and corporations. The Bermuda-based firm recently announced the extension of its cooperation with Equinix. GCX has also expanded its Middle East network by adding a new Point-of-Presence (PoP) at the Equinix data centre in Muscat, Oman. This would enable them to assist their Middle Eastern clientele in providing enhanced route diversity and availability of their products and services. Read More: https://www.hostingseekers.com/blog/global-cloud-xchange-partners-with-equinix
  7. Russia accuses Ukraine of being an artificial creation of the Bolsheviks during the Battle of Brest-Litovsk in 1917, and claims that the nation has never had a tradition of legitimate statehood. The rehearsed and well-practiced effort of all countries that agree on adjectives like gigantic and disastrous has been regularly employed in the press. However, no one is likely to change this. Western nations cannot take major actions because the danger is an asymmetric reaction, which may be described as a milder version of the Cold War's'mutual assured destruction.' Read Full News: https://www.hostingseekers.com/blog/lessons-for-india-from-russia-ukraine-crisis
  8. Supermicro recently introduced a new short-depth multi-node system that takes advantage of data centre efficiency for 5G, IoT, and Edge Applications. This SuperEdge server is best suited for on-site companies like as retail, branch offices, or field locations such as cell tower bases or high-traffic areas, where a high-density of computation and I/O is required yet in a small form factor. Read More: https://www.hostingseekers.com/blog/supermicro-launched-superedge-multi-node-server
  9. Cloud 9 Hosting's Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Matt Dubois, expressed his excitement to be a member of the fastest-growing HostPapa team. This purchase will assist Cloud 9 in scaling to offer the high quality of services that its clients require while also providing services to a larger audience. HostPapa is a global web hosting firm that also provides cloud services to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Cloud 9 Hosting, a small business application hosting service provider based in Burlington, Ontario, Canada, was recently bought by the corporation. However, the acquisition's financial terms are not disclosed. Read More: https://www.hostingseekers.com/blog/hostpapa-acquired-cloud-9-hosting
  10. Celona, a well-known corporate networking company that bridges the gap between LTE/5G cellular wireless and enterprise IT infrastructure, recently secured $60 million in a Series C financing led by DigitalBridge Ventures. Celona was launched in 2019 and has quickly established itself as a market leader in the global private LTE/5G infrastructure sector. This industry is expected to grow more than fivefold, to almost $6 billion by 2021. Celona will launch its fully integrated 5G LAN platform in November 2020, with the purpose of assisting businesses in swiftly establishing, managing, and integrating a 5G cellular network into existing infrastructures.
  11. Keepit, a well-known and independent vendor-neutral cloud focused to SaaS data protection with blockchain-verified solutions, has announced the opening of its first-ever Canadian data centres. Keepit has teamed with Equinix, a data centre colocation provider, to manage these data centres effectively. Keepit will undoubtedly be able to provide a data storage solution that complies with all Canadian rules and regulations for organisations operating both within and outside of the nation as a result of this. "Our excellent data centre approach always allows clients to promptly recover and restore the lost or compromised data," stated Jakob stergaard, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Keepit. Equinix data centres are world-renowned for their outstanding degree of security. Each site includes full copies of user data, as well as two physically mirrored versions. Read More: https://www.hostingseekers.com/blog/keepit-opens-two-data-centers-in-canada
  12. Mumbai, India (Reuters) - Ingram Micro Cloud has announced that it would distribute a full range of Amazon Web Services (AWS) to all of its reseller networks in India, bolstering the provision of one of the world's most comprehensive and widely used sets of cloud solutions within an indirect reseller environment. Ingram Micro Cloud is an AWS Partner Network (APN) Advanced AWS Consulting Partner and AWS Distributor. The company has established a global Strategic Collaboration Agreement (SCA) with Amazon Web Services (AWS). One of the most significant effects of this arrangement is the growth of AWS's worldwide reach and footprint, as well as that of all of its global partners.
  13. NETSCOUT SYSTEMS is a global provider of solutions for cybersecurity, service assurance, and business analytics. Clients may now access the company's nGeniusEDGE Server, which was just released. It's a really complete, plug-and-play solution that will provide customers with the visibility and information they need to ensure a high-quality end-user experience regardless of where their staff work. Read More: https://www.hostingseekers.com/blog/netscout-launched-ngeniusedge-server/
  14. In the previous year, Run:ai has witnessed a 9x increase in Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR), and their staff has more than tripled. The funds will be used to grow the company's global workforce and to investigate new acquisitions as it develops and enhances its Atlas software platform. According to Omri Geller, CEO and co-founder of Run:ai, "AI is going to be the next phase of humanity's progress." When we established Run:ai, we wanted to provide the de facto basic layer for operating any AI workload. Our growth has been amazing throughout this time period, and this investment has given us the confidence to achieve even better. Read More: https://www.hostingseekers.com/blog/runai-raised-75-million-dollar
  15. Metallic Data Management As-a-Service (DMaaS), an award-winning product from CommVault, is now available in Japan. CommVault is a world-class provider of intelligent data services in on-premises, cloud, and Software as a Service (SaaS) settings. As a result, the industry's gold standard in DMaaS is currently available in 30 countries worldwide. The comprehensive suite of DMaaS is renowned across the world for providing the most flexibility in terms of performance and scale, as well as total workload coverage. Read the full news here: https://www.hostingseekers.com/blog/commvault-released-metallic-dmaas-in-japan
  16. Puppet is a software platform for infrastructure automation that enables users to update, distribute, monitor, and protect software across real and virtual servers. Perforce Software has now purchased the firm. Francisco Partners and Clearlake Capital Group have invested in Perforce Software. The acquisition's monetary worth has not yet been disclosed. Puppet's products are well-known for assisting organisations with their digital transformation journeys, as well as enhancing productivity, decreasing mistakes, strengthening security, and accelerating software delivery for DevOps teams. Puppet was an early adopter of the now-famous 'infrastructure-as-code' technology. Read More: https://www.hostingseekers.com/blog/perforce-acquires-devops-pioneer-puppet
  17. The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has welcomed VMware as a Platinum sponsor. The ASF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity organisation based in the United States that promotes open-source software development. ASF is supported by some of the world's largest hosting and cloud providers, including pheonixNAP, Leaseweb, Alibaba Cloud, and AWS. The Apache Software Organization was created in 1999 and has since grown to become the world's largest open-source foundation, stewarding 227 million lines of code and providing more than $22 billion in free software to the public. The ASF has a global community of volunteer software engineers and professionals who have made significant contributions to the creation of hundreds of software programmes such as Apache CloudStack, Hadoop, Cassandra, and the Apache HTTP Web Server. Read More: https://www.hostingseekers.com/blog/vmware-is-now-a-platinum-sponsor-of-the-apache-software-foundation/
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