Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Datapipe to Provide Managed Hosting for Startup 2010 Winner

Datapipe is sponsoring Startup 2010: The Mobile Revolution.  Startup 2010 is a one-day conference and business plan competition co-hosted by Silicon Alley Insider and New York University’s Stern School of Business. On May 20, 10 startups will compete for the grand prize which includes $5,000 in managed hosting services from Datapipe. “Building partnerships with exceptional service providers is critical in …

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Datapipe is an EPA Green Power Partner

Just one month after announcing that our New Jersey data centers will be 100% powered by renewable energy we can proudly say we are partners in the U.S.  Environmental Protection Agency’s (E.P.A.’s) Green Power Partnership. The purchase of nearly nine million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of green power annually, that now powers our Somerset-One facility, has qualified us for such an honor.  The data center became powered …

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Datapipe Adds NeXpose to Managed Security and Compliance Solution

Datapipe, announced today a contract with Rapid7® to utilize its Vulnerability Assessment solution NeXpose as part of its managed security services and PCI DSS compliance solution. NeXpose delivers an unrivaled breadth of unified vulnerability scanning and was ranked the highest possible rating of “strong-positive” in Gartner’s MarketScope for Vulnerability Assessment 2010. “Vulnerability Assessment is a critical component of our managed …

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New Jersey Data Centers 100% Powered by Renewable Energy

We can’t imagine many announcements more important than the one we made on March 24th, 2010.  Datapipe has implemented an aggressive sustainability strategy that results in the annual reduction of more than 8.5 million pounds of carbon emissions.  The electricity powering our Somerset, New Jersey data center, known as Somerset One, comes from 100% renewable resources.  The primary source of this …

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Dual Core vs. Dual Processor

server processor choices

The Mother(board) of all Battles! When considering server offerings, you’ll see a lot of reference to Dual this and Dual that… but what does it all mean?  Below summarizes what you need to know.  Let’s start with terminology. Dual Processors means there are 2 physical processors in the machine. Dual Core means there is 1 physical processor with 2 cores in …

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What’s in a Switch? Network Switches Explained

We often hear questions from customers about “What is a private switch?” and “How can it help my infrastructure?” I’d like to take a few minutes to cover the topic of network switches. This by no means covers all the options for switching solutions, but should serve as an entry point when planning your network infrastructure. What is a Dumb Switch? …

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Sometimes Vendor Supplied Tools Are Not Enough

You get a request to export a bunch of tables into a spreadsheet file. Sure there are ODBC connectors available for spreadsheets, but sometimes you don’t want to have to figure all that out. This is where the power and simplicty of scripting languages can really shine, especially those that treat data as lists. Sure the following code block seems …

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