Cloud Computing Journal: New IBM Data Center Targets Cloud Clients
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IBM is opening a new, 100,000 square-foot data center in North Carolina to support new computing models, including cloud computing.
The new center is being built at IBM’s facility at Research Triangle Park campus and is expected to provide many services that will enable firms to deploy cloud-based apps quicker and easier.
IBM operates 450 of these data centers worldwide, and this new facility is aimed at helping clients across both the public and private sector operate more efficiently and in a more environmentally sound way, according to CMSwire.com