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The forecast is good for cloud computing

January 20, 2012 No Comments

Why everybody is discovering they like the air up there

Enterprise Technology Parks LLC opened its Philadelphia Technology Park data center at The Navy Yard in September 2010. Today, half the 12,500 square feet of floor space it has available for computers is occupied. A big reason for that is cloud computing.

“A lot of our customers are building cloud solutions and they need that stable environment to eliminate any doubt about being up 24-7 and being connected to the Internet 24-7,” said Philadelphia Technology Park President Corey Blanton.

Cloud computing, according to its broadest definition, consists of providing computing services from a remote location, which is said to be …

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