Growth in foreign cloud business a boon for U.S. data centers

08/13/2012 | Computerworld

With the growth of the information economy in places such as Mexico, the U.S. is experiencing an increase in reverse outsourcing as more foreign firms choose stateside data centers to power their cloud platforms. Not only is the trend creating opportunities for companies such as Texas-based hosting services provider Savvis, it is also fueling an increasingly contentious competition between the U.S. and foreign firms that are eager for a piece of the action.

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