Top 5 Data Center Stories of the Week: January 27, 2019

For your weekend reading, here are some of DCK's most popular stories this week

Data Center Knowledge

January 28, 2019

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Johannesburg skyline, seen in 2008
Johannesburg skyline, seen in 2008David Rogers/Getty Images

Berkshire Partners Buys Majority Stake in Africa’s Largest Data Center Firm - Noting growth in Sub-Saharan Africa markets, Teraco plans to double its data center capacity in the coming years.

Taiwan Changed Energy Rules to Greenlight Google's First Renewable Project in Asia - The company announces plans to build 10MW solar farm, claiming success in multi-year lobbying effort.

New Linux Foundation Project Aims to Open Up and Standardize Edge Computing - With LF Edge, the foundation wants to establish an open edge computing framework that's agnostic of hardware, silicon, cloud, or operating system.

Digital Realty Sweetens Facebook’s Ashburn Leases with a Solar Deal - ‘Virtual’ Power Purchase Agreement will give Facebook renewable credits from 80MW solar farm in North Carolina.

Virtus Says It Will Spend £500M to Double Its London Data Center Capacity - The ST Telemedia-owned London provider is expanding quickly to capture ballooning demand.

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