Nortia Research - October 14 Newsletter
EQUINIX ( EQIX ) - Weekly performance
Monday opening: $ 93.88 - Friday close: $ 98.02 - +4.4%
Chicago (Elk Grove) opening:
According to this post on the INAP Yahoo MB, Internap will begin selling cabinet in the new Equinix Elk Grove (Chicago) data center on November 7. May be time for a Company update on the opening (beginning November?) that was due around this time. We already know Deutsche Boerse will be an anchor customer.
IMMERSION ( IMMR ) - Weekly performance
Monday opening: $ 17.35 - Friday close: $ 17.15 - -1.2%
As a reminder, Immersion Medical segment represented almost 50% of revenues in the 2Q 2007 and was basically at break even. (Revenues $4.1 million, net income $ 23.000)
INTERNAP ( INAP ) - Weekly performance
Monday opening: $ 14.78 - Friday close: $ 16.46 - +11.2%
Today, Adobe announced a deal with licensing provider Imagespan. What's in it for you as a content provider / producer? Imagespan allows you to license and resell the work you have created, be it images, video of Flash files.
Quote: Imagespan has partnered with Internap to ensure that every file is tracked...
NAVISITE ( NAVI ) - Weekly performance
Monday opening: $ 9.66 - Friday close: $ 9.04 - -6.4%
Still waiting for some news about the secondary offering, which is essential for the Company to fund operations and expansion plans.
Switch and Data (SDXC)
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AKAM was announced as a customer expanding its presence in their recent 2Q 2007 results P/R.
It would look like Akam is taking 4 new 10 Gig ports on the common switch in Atlanta, Dallas, New York, Seattle.
This expansion could represent an interesting revenue stream for SDXC, at very good margins (assuming similarities to Equinix, which has 90%+ margins on its 10 Gig ports sold at around $15.000 a month)
In addition to hosting services, Forbes.com will use AT&T's intelligent content distribution service to enhance site performance and cater for traffic surges caused by breaking news and special publishing events.
Just for fun:
Monty Python alum John Cleese reprises his role as Dr. Harold Twain Weck, director of the Institute for Backup Trauma, in staffing the Friendly Advice Machine for IT Professionals. (from Data Center Knowledge)
Additions at Nortia DATA:
Equinix data centers (size, opening, etc.)
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