Top 5 Data Center Stories of the Week: September 14, 2019

For your weekend reading, here are DCK's top stories this week

Data Center Knowledge

September 14, 2019

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Top 5 Data Center Stories of the Week: September 14, 2019
Aerial view of Tencent's biggest data center under construction in the mountainous area of the hinterland in March 2018 in Anshun, Guizhou Province of China.VCG/VCG via Getty Images

Greenpeace: China’s Data Centers on Track to Use More Energy than All of Australia - Environmentalists partner with Chinese academics to call for cleaner energy for the fastest-growing cloud market.

IBM's New Mainframe Is an Encryption Machine and Cloud-Native Platform That Comes in 19-inch Racks - It comes with Red Hat's Kubernetes platform OpenShift, encryption and privacy controls for all data that starts on the mainframe, and packs plenty of computing muscle.

RDX Nabs Navisite for Its VMware, Azure, and Office 365 Moxy - Charter sells Navisite in a deal that includes six data centers and more than 400 employees with Microsoft certifications.

Edge Computing: Where’s the Edge Moving to Now? Nokia Offers Clues - While far-edge micro data centers are feasible, they may not be practical for every enterprise.

Can a Data Center Outage Database Help Prevent Outages? - The Data Center Incident Reporting Network is collecting anonymized outage data from enterprises. When can we start learning what the data means?

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