ViaWest Equips Clients for Data-Driven Future Through Power Density Capabilities Surpassing 1,500 WPSF
ViaWest announced it can accommodate power densities of over 1,500 watts per square foot at its newest data centers across the United States.
In Episode 10 of "Ned Knows," ViaWest Principal Architect John Greer and Ned discuss how DevOps impacts security. Ned Knows is a video series covering a broad range of topics related to transforming IT infrastructure hosted by Ned McClain, SVP of Emerging Technologies for ViaWest.
Nearly every organization is on a journey of transforming its IT infrastructure and cloud solutions are part of the mix for nearly all of them.
Published by the Denver Business Journal – ViaWest President and CEO Nancy Phillips sits down with the Denver Business Journal to discuss the benefits of the planned acquisition by Peak 10.
Peak 10 Inc. (“Peak 10”), a portfolio company of GI Partners, and ViaWest, Inc. (“ViaWest”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Shaw Communications Inc. (TSX:SJR.B; NYSE:SJR), today announced they have entered into a definitive agreement under which ViaWest will be acquired by Peak 10 for all-cash consideration of US$1.675 billion and the companies will combine.
Learn more about the pitfalls of security strategies many companies face in this lighthearted video that draws from our deep security expertise and industry reports.
Published by eWEEK – In this eWEEK slide show, Larry Novak, service manager for cloud recovery at ViaWest, highlights the key components of an effective disaster recovery plan.
A major US healthcare provider diversifies IT operations and enhances oversight of infrastructure with ViaWest.
Cyber-security isn't a one-and-done investment. Threats are constantly evolving to be more sophisticated and powerful. Do you have an agile security strategy? Download the infographic to learn more.
ViaWest Data Center in Hillsboro, Ore. To Offer High Speed, Low Latency, Direct Network Connection to Asia
ViaWest announced that later this year it will begin offering access to the New Cross Pacific subsea cable, the fastest low-latency, fiber-optic cable between the United States and Asia.