The deal targets large-scale compute workloads running in cloud, hybrid, and on-premises environments and comes less than 10 months after Google invested in Avere.
The technology website The Register said a bug lets some software gain access to parts of a computer’s memory that are set aside to protect things like passwords. All computers with Intel chips from the past 10 years appear to be affected.
DCK Investor Edge: Once the $442 million transaction closes, CyrusOne will join Equinix and Digital Realty as the third publicly traded US-based data center operator with significant customer offerings in both North America and Europe.
A news report says both have made progress to replace Oracle software, which has been widely used in their own data centers, with cheaper open source alternatives.
Agrees to pay $440 million for business with four large data centers in London and Frankfurt
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