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glasshouse

Brit a glass building, esp a greenhouse, used for growing plants in protected or controlled conditions

greenhouse, glasshouse

A glass-enclosed, heated structure for growing plants and out-of-season fruits and vegetables under regulated, protected conditions. Also see conservatory, hothouse, orangery.
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It is also part of the reason private clouds have yet to be as widely deployed as predicted," said Patrick Scannell, President and CEO of GlassHouse Technologies.
Before joining GlassHouse, Dave served as Senior Vice President of Global Sales for Ness Technologies, a global IT services provider, where he was responsible for sales teams in North America and Europe.
GlassHouse recently completed the design and implementation of the SAN and storage component of Camelot's new DR datacentre, re-using the SAN equipment from the primary datacentre and implementing a second IBM DS6000 storage array.
GlassHouse Technologies, a global provider of independent data center consulting and managed services, today announced a definitive agreement for the sale of its Israel subsidiary to Taldor Group, one of Israel's leading providers of IT business and technology solutions.
About GlassHouse Technologies GlassHouse guides customers through the complexities of cloud, virtualization, storage, security and workspace through vendor-independent data center infrastructure consulting and managed services.
A lot of people think the Great Glasshouse is out of this world - it is the biggest single-span glasshouse on the planet, after all," said the Garden's head of marketing, David Hardy.
The State Government dismissed the Port Macquarie Hastings Council in 2008, condemning it of mishandling the Glasshouse project, which ended up costing more than $40 million.
The design of the Glasshouse draws inspiration from two of his favorite
With more than thirty years' experience in the storage and related IT industry segments, I recognize the tremendous opportunity that GlassHouse has," said Mike Worhach.