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Arm-powered Fugaku, in Kobe, Japan, is the the world's fastest supercomputer as of November 2020, according to

Top 5 Data Center Stories of the Week: June 25, 2020

Here are some of the biggest things we wrote about this week.

Arm-Powered Supercomputer Takes First Place in Top500 for the First Time - The new top-10 ranking of the world's fastest supercomputers -- in pictures

HPE Unveils Ezmeral, Its Answer to Tanzu and OpenShift, but With Hardware - It’s a kind of instant hybrid cloud, a uniform, pay-as-you-go way to deploy Kubernetes anywhere.

Hackers Use Java to Hide Malware on the Data Center Network - Code written in Java typically goes undetected by antivirus software, allowing for crippling attacks.

A Huge Week for Arm – in the Data Center Too - Ampere is bringing to market a 128-core Arm server chip, and Bamboo is ready to launch a server based on its own “PANDA” Arm architecture.

Digital Realty and Vapor IO Pave the Roads to the Edge - The core-to-edge system is designed to fast-track deployment of highly distributed, latency sensitive workloads.

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