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Top 5 Data Center Stories of the Week: August 6, 2020

Huge security hole in Dell server remote management, AI to help Microsoft reuse more server parts, OpenStack bare metal project back in vogue, and more.

Hackers Can Turn Off Your Dell Servers Remotely Using the Newly Found iDRAC Vulnerability - Researchers who found the path transversal vulnerability also found hundreds of exposed servers via the internet.

Microsoft Plans to Reuse More Server Parts with the Help of AI - Machine learning algorithms will sort through decommissioned hardware parts at the company’s data center campuses.

Renewed Interest in OpenStack Bare Metal Project Ironic, as Software Moves Closer to Hardware - "As long as we have access to x86 or Arm, we can run Linux, and Linux can run anything."

Cyxtera Launches AI Hardware as a Service in Its Data Centers - The specialized machine learning IaaS offering runs on Nvidia DGX A100 hardware.

TeleGeography Maps the World’s Cloud Data Centers - The firm behind Submarine Cable Map outlines geography of the cloud.

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