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  1. Industry News
    Rogers announced today the opening of a new data centre in Calgary providing Canadian and international businesses with a certified data centre presence in Western Canada. The 85,000 square foot facility is called ‘Calgary_DC3’ and is the first Tier III certified data centre in Alberta and the...
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    TELUS said that it will be investing $1 billion in new infrastructure and facilities across B.C. in 2013. This is part of a three-year, $3 billion commitment to connect homes and businesses directly to fibre optic cable, extend wireless reach to more communities and expand 4G LTE network...
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    Q9 Networks reports that it has now opened a new phase of capacity at its Calgary data centre and more than 40 percent of new space has been sold. Q9 Networks has invested nearly $425 million in its 12 data centres spanning three provinces, and about $190 million was spent on facilities in...
  4. Industry News
    CentriLogic has boosted the cloud hosting services it provides from its Canadian and US-based data centres. The company's enhanced International multi-zone Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) Cloud offering is designed to support enterprise clients with heavier data requirements as well as...
  5. Industry News
    CloudFlare, a website optimization provider, recently added its first Canadian data centre location in Toronto and plans to boost business in the Canadian marketplace. CloudFlare's co founder, Michelle Zatlyn, said Canada is already one of the firm`s top-10 markets based on both traffic to its...
  6. Industry News
    Canadian IT solutions integrator, Scalar Decisions recently launched its RenderCloud project, which puts several B.C. digital media studios on equal footing with other global competitors. Basically, RenderCloud is a data centre facility providing high-performance servers manufactured by SGI...
  7. Industry News
    Primus Business Services, a division of Primus Canada Inc., has announced that construction has begun on a new Data Centre in Markham Ontario which the company says is necessary to meet business demand in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The first phase of the 30,000 square foot GTA Data Centre...
  8. Industry News
    Shaw Communications announced today it was breaking ground on a new energy efficient data centre in Calgary, Alberta which will be used to increase Shaw's broadband internet capacity. Expected to be completed by 2014, the center is expected to achieve LEED certification by employing a number...
  9. Home Computing
    Telus today announced that it would be investing over $33 million to build a more energy efficient Internet data centre to be located in Laval, Quebec. The company says the state-of-the-art facility will be designed according to the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards...
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