Top 5 Data Center Stories of the Week: April 23, 2021

Cisco-as-a-Service, Open19's second act, Trinity Cyber's unique take on fighting malware, Azure's Asian expansion, and more.

Data Center Knowledge

April 23, 2021

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Cisco’s Plan for Delivering the Data Center (and More) as a Service - The networking giant is joining HPE and Dell in the pursuit of cloudifying the experience of consuming data center tech.

Open19, the LinkedIn-Born Data Center Standard, Kicks Off a Second Act - The project has joined the Linux Foundation, with a version 2 in the works, which will increase power density and bandwidth, add liquid cooling options.

Malware Wants to Phone Home. Trinity Cyber Doesn’t Try to Block It - The startup, founded by former top US government cybersecurity officials, has a novel approach to neutralizing malicious communications.

Microsoft Building Azure Data Centers in Malaysia - Together, Azure regions in Indonesia and Malaysia will sandwich land- and power-tight Singapore.

Data Centers: A Force for Good That Is Getting Even Better - We need a conversation on not only the use of clean energy, but also other actions that drive sustainability, like energy efficiency, ethical sourcing, and a circular economy.

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