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Top 10 Data Center Stories of the Month: November 2019

Catch up on last month's biggest stories in the data center industry

Ampere Gears Up to Launch 7nm, 80-Core Arm Chip for Cloud Data Centers - The startup expects to see its new chips run databases and other heavy workloads in hyperscale cloud platforms.

Equinix CEO: Digital Realty’s Interxion Deal ‘Doesn’t Close the Gap’ - While that’s true on a global basis, the deal would be a game changer in Europe.

Large Interxion Shareholders Are Said to Be Unhappy With the Digital Realty Deal - According to bankers, some of the company's largest investors think it can fetch a much higher premium.

Bloom EnergyBloom Energy Servers deployed at a Macy's facility

Bloom Energy Servers deployed at a Macy's facility

Fuel Cell Maker Bloom Energy Shedding Executives, Stock Value - Senior management departures include Peter Gross, who led its successful data center business.

Google Cloud’s Bare Metal Solution Aims at Legacy Workloads with Baggage - It’s less like traditional bare-metal cloud services and more like traditional dedicated hosting services.

VMware Says It Can’t Dole Out Project Pacific Beta Fast Enough - Tanzu Mission Control, Project Pacific now in beta, and other VMworld Europe news

Digital Realty Charts Course to Becoming a ‘Platform Company’ - But what does a platform play look like for a data center REIT?

Dell Intros All-In-One PowerOne Data Center Automation Solution - The autonomous-infrastructure tech will be part of Dell’s on-prem data center-as-a-service portfolio.

Dominion Pitches ‘Green’ Tariff in Virginia, and Data Center Operators Hate It - Equinix, QTS, Microsoft, and others rally against the utility's proposed new energy product.

Cyxtera Chief Says Weak Colocation Sales Didn't Cause Company Split - The company launched on the premise that colocation and cybersecurity would be a winning combo, so why the about-face?

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