Top 10 Data Center Stories: March 2012
The Google data center in Belgium, which features no chillers and routes traffic to other facilities during hot spells. (Photo from Google)

Top 10 Data Center Stories: March 2012

For your reading enjoyment, we present the top 10 stories from Data Center Knowledge's coverage of the data center industry in March. The most popular stories featured Google, Apple, Amazon, AOL, The Pirate Bay and Zynga.

The Google data center in Belgium, which features no chillers and routes traffic to other facilities during hot spells. (Photo from Google)

Data Center Knowledge's coverage of the data center industry in March included Google's "too hot for humans" policy, the number of servers housed at Amazon and Akamai, and AOL's server consolidation project. The news included a look at Apple's solar farm going in at its site in North Carolina and a look at Skanska's modular approach in the colo market. Here’s a look at the 10 most popular stories on Data Center Knowledge during March 2012, ranked by total page views:

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