Top 5 Data Center Stories, Week of May 27
Meg Whitman (C), CEO of Hewlett Packard, watches as the Hewlett Packard Enterprise stock is priced on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange after ringing the opening bell on November 2, 2015 in New York City. Hewlett Packard officially split into two companies, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, focused on businesses and HP, Inc, focused on consumers. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

Top 5 Data Center Stories, Week of May 27

For your weekend reading, here are the top stories that ran on Data Center Knowledge this week

For your weekend reading, here are the top stories that ran on Data Center Knowledge this week:

CSC to Merge With HPE’s Services Unit - After shedding the personal-computer and printer business last year with the breakup of computing giant HP, CEO Meg Whitman is now exiting the market for outsourced technology services and consulting.

Ahead of IPO, Nutanix Makes Hyperconverged Play for SMB Market - The product is an introduction of the Nutanix brand to small and medium businesses — those who only run a few VM instances at a time, and who today are being served by Amazon and its public cloud competitors.

CenturyLink Data Center VP Joins RagingWire as COO - Joel Stone will lead facilities engineering, design, construction, and data center operations at RagingWire.

Why Equinix Data Center Deal is a Huge Win for Digital Realty - The sale of eight European data centers to Digital Realty Trust wasn’t an ideal scenario for Equinix, but the company was under deadline pressure, and Digital was both willing and able.

Data Center Market Spotlight: Northern Virginia - Fueled by the big cloud providers’ race to expand data center capacity, the market is hotter than ever. To say that demand for data center capacity in Northern Virginia is outpacing supply would be downplaying the situation.

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