Google engineer Roger Harris works amid rows of servers inside a a Google data center. (Photo: Google)

Google engineer Roger Harris works amid rows of servers inside a a Google data center. (Photo: Google)

Top 5 Data Center Stories, Week of June 6th

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For your weekend reading, we present a recap of five noteworthy stories that appeared on Data Center Knowledge this past week.

Artificial Intelligence: A New Frontier in Data Center Innovation - Google isn’t the first company to harness artificial intelligence to fine-tune its server infrastructure.

Bare-metal switches and SDN controller now online in Facebook data centers - Facebook’s wish to disaggregate networking hardware from networking software has been granted.

Digital Realty Launches Marketplace for Cloud Services - The data center space wholesaler has launched a web portal where its data center tenants will be able to buy cloud infrastructure services from its other tenants who offer them.

Uptime Institute: PUE Improvements Slow Among Operators - While the majority of data center operators who participated in a recent industry survey measure Power Usage Effectiveness, their average efficiency ratio has not changed by much over the past four years.

Canonical and Mirantis Partner On Enterprise OpenStack - The two are collaborating on private cloud solutions based on Mirantis OpenStack and Ubuntu GuestOS.

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