Packets Down Range #27: Summer is slowing down. tesla Data Centers, ISP news
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Data Center News
•Is Liquid cooling coming to a Data Center near you soon?
•Cyrus One to offer 300kW per rack
•Google to expand Ohio Data Center presence. Google announced that it is adding two more data centers in central Ohio: one in Columbus and one in Lancaster. With the New Albany location already open, this brings the number of Google data centers in Ohio to three.
•Cogent will soon have 45 new Data Centers.
•All Points Broadband awarded money for 5,845 unserved locations in Kentucky. The Kentucky Broadband Deployment Program has selected applications submitted by All Points Broadband to receive $21.5 million in grants to support the deployment of fiber broadband in Central Kentucky. Combined with All Points’ private investment and additional support from partnering counties, these grant funds support projects representing an additional 545 miles of fiber broadband infrastructure in Mercer, Woodford, and Shelby Counties. In total, the projects awarded today will connect 5,845 currently unserved and underserved homes and businesses with All Points’ world-class fiber broadband network.
•Great Plains Communications expands to Omaha.
•Nextlink acquires EchoWireless in Indiana.
•Gateway Fiber expands to Minnesota
•Finding Duplicate IP Addresses on Arista Switches
Podcasts & Events
•The Brothers Wisp #180
•WISPAPALOOZA October 9-12, 2023
•New England Peering Forum Sptember 22, 2023
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