This week’s data and analytics news include BofA’s $300 million Delaware data centre, HKMA’s warning against a fraudulent website, and Sharjah Islamic Bank’s data centre agreement with Etisalat.October 31, 2012 | The Asian Banker Editor
BofA considers $300m data centre in Delaware
Bank of America is considering expanding its data centre capacity by building a new data centre facility in Delaware. The bank said that the new data centre construction will begin with an initial outlay of $300 million, potentially scaling to about $700 million over time.
HKMA warns public against fraudulent website
Hong Kong Monetary Authority has alerted members of the public to a fraudulent website with the domain names www.dxjrw.com, www.dxjrj.com, www.dxjrj.net and www.dxjrw.net. The website looks similar to the official website of Dah Sing Bank, but has no connection whatsoever with the bank.
Sharjah Islamic Bank to deploy Etisalat’s e-hosting solutions
UAE’s Sharjah Islamic Bank selected Etisalat to provide electronic hosting solutions to guard the bank’s secondary data centre against potential disruptions to its day-to-day activities.
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