STORIES, OCTOBER 2002:
An Asset for Telehouse
As Akazawa takes helm, pioneer is profitable in challenging marketplace
A New Economy seer sees growth ahead for telecom (Wired Space,
Far Is Far Enough?
Wall Street firms oppose Fed's recommendation for distant backup
sites (Oct. 25)
Expands in San Francisco
Dedicated server company will use extra space to enter colo market
Vu For Exodus?
Cable & Wireless is about to disappoint someone. Will it be its
US constituents or UK shareholders? (Wired Space, Oct. 23)
Monday's attack on the DNS system was a huge deal, right? That
really depends who you ask. (Wired Space, Oct. 23)
to Colocate With LayerOne
New unit of Power Net will operate network from facilities in
Miami, Dallas (Oct. 22)
Carrier Hotel Acquired
JMA Wired now owns Carrier Center Los Angeles at 600 West 7th
NAP Customers for Terremark
Gains come as BellSouth retreats from competing Miami NAP (Oct.
Cuts: How Deep?
Speculation about the future of Exodus is growing (Wired Space,
Landlord As Provider
Sabey inks lease in Seattle data center it bought from Exodus
New reports offer hope that maybe the bottom is near (Wired Space,
It didn't take long for Cogent's offer to prompt a response (Wired
Space, Oct. 9)
Adds Free Colo Offering
Promotion by Dallas provider follows similar move by Cogent (Oct.
Colo: Fact or Fantasy?
We've heard this before ... has anything changed? (Wired Space,
Closings and Sales
Data center developments from around the globe (WiredSpace, Oct.
Rack Space Arrives
Cogent offers free colo as incentive to attract customers (Oct.
Forge 'New Equinix'
Company acquires Pihana, gets funding from Singapore Tech (Oct.
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