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In This Issue:
THE DATA CENTER OF THE FUTURE - Given Wall
Street's need for computing power and the growing cost of energy,
financial services firms inevitably will deploy energy-efficient
hardware and technology, including virtualization. But to build really
cost-effective data centers, organizations including the NYSE and Citi
also are focusing on how they power and cool their facilities.
EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: ANATOMY OF A DATA CENTER - Wall
Street & Technology takes you inside NYSE Euronext's new data
center in Mahwah, N.J. Set to open later in 2010, the building is as
large as a World War II aircraft carrier.
SELL SIDE LOVE AFFAIR WITH DATA CENTERS - The
sell side invested nearly $1 billion on data center enhancements in
2009, and 2010 spending will go even higher, TABB Group predicts.
HOPE FOR INNOVATION IN THE CLOUDS? - Firms
including Deutsche Bank hope that moving their infrastructure into the
cloud will free money for innovative, higher-value technology projects.
The Cost of Computing: Mainframes vs. Physical Servers
Boston Options Exchange Moves Into New Data Center
Savvis Provides Microsecond Latency Monitoring
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