CAPRE’s Data Center Round Up for December 3, 2019

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Check out the latest in deals, development and disruptive technology in the data center industry for December 3, 2019: NTT Com’s Osaka 7 Launched as One of the Largest Data Centers in Japan’s Kansai Region: NTT Communications Corporation has launched the Osaka 7 Data Center (Osaka 7) on December 1 to expand the company’s data center capacity in the Kansai region. Osaka 7 boasts server space of 3,800 square meters, top class in the region, and will eventually offer 9,500 square meters and 4,200 racks. The state-of-the-art data center will be situated in Ibaraki, Osaka Prefecture, within easy access of major cities including Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe. Osaka 7 in Ibaraki City will be just 30 minutes by public transportation from downtown Osaka and about one hour from Kyoto or Kobe. The carefully chosen location combines easy access with reduced risk of disruption due to disasters such as floods or earthquakes. The data center will be connected directly to Osaka's Dojima area, a major interconnection point for ISPs and data center operators. NTT Com’s Arcstar Universal One service for global networks and OCN and Global IP Network services for internet connectivity will be readily available for major cloud service providers, multinational companies and other customers. Juniper Networks Appoints New Chief Technology Officer: Juniper Networks has announced that Raj Yavatkar will be named Chief Technology Officer, reporting to Chief Executive Officer, Rami Rahim. Mr. Yavatkar will be responsible for heading Juniper’s…