Oracle co-founder and chairman Larry Ellison delivers a keynote address at Oracle OpenWorld on October 22, 2018 in San Francisco Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
Oracle co-founder and chairman Larry Ellison delivers a keynote address at Oracle OpenWorld on October 22, 2018 in San Francisco

Top 5 Data Center Stories of the Week: October 26, 2018

For your weekend reading, here are some of the most popular stories that appeared on DCK this week.

Ellison Touts Hardware “Barriers” and “Robots” Guarding Oracle’s Cloud - Oracle CTO Larry Ellison touted “impenetrable barriers” and “autonomous robots” that guard Oracle’s second-generation cloud platform in his opening keynote for Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco Monday.

What Tech Wreck? Data Center Stocks Offer Shelter in a Stormy Market - DCK Investor Edge: REITs, including data center REITs, have been one of the few places to hide from this week’s carnage.

Oracle Expanding New Cloud Platform to 13 Regions by 2019 - Oracle’s newest cloud platform will soon be hosted in at least nine additional locations around the world besides the four it’s hosted in now.

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Oracle's Larry Ellison explains the architecture of Oracle's second-generation cloud platform at Oracle OpenWorld 2018 in San Francisco.

Your Data Center Is Part of Oracle’s Cloud Site Selection Strategy - Ellison pitches on-prem version of cloud platform for the security and performance conscious.

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Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple, speaks during an Apple event at Apple Park in September 2018 in Cupertino, California.

Apple, AWS CEOs Say Bloomberg Should Retract the Spy Chip Story - Apple and AWS CEOs have called on Bloomberg to retract its story that alleges their hardware has been compromised by a malicious Chinese spy chip.

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