Top 5 Data Center Stories, Week of May 13
Mural by Jenny Odell on one of the walls of Google’s Mayes County, Oklahoma, data center (Photo: Google)

Top 5 Data Center Stories, Week of May 13

For your weekend reading, here are this week's five most popular articles on Data Center Knowledge:

For your weekend reading, here are this week's five most popular articles on Data Center Knowledge:

How to Reuse Waste Heat from Data Centers Intelligently - Data centers worldwide are energy transformation devices. They draw in raw electric power on one side, spin a few electrons around, spit out a bit of useful work, and then shed more than 98 percent of the electricity as not-so-useful low-grade heat energy.

CyrusOne Plans Huge Expansion at CME Data Center Campus in Chicago - Seeing an influx of inquiries from financial services firms about colocation at the CME Group data center outside of Chicago CyrusOne acquired in a sale-leaseback transaction announced in March, the data center provider is planning to build a 500,000-square foot building on the property to expand capacity.

Google Declares War on Boring Data Center Walls - In Google's Data Center Mural Project, the company has hired four artists to paint murals on the walls of four of its data centers.

AMD, the Best Bet in Semiconductors, Looks to Defy History - AMD stock rallied 52 percent a day after the company announced a deal to bring in cash from licensing server technology to China.

Data Center Transformation Will Unfold in Four Steps - Data Center Knowledge interviews Brocade's Tom Nadeau, who literally wrote the book on SDN.

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