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CBR roundup: Top 5 data centre stories this week

From multibillion dollar acquisitions to dropping switches into liquid, this space had a busy week.

By Vinod

1. Digital buys data centre colo Telx for $1.86bn

Commercial data centre sector consolidation continues with confirmation of acquisition

2. Did accidental post reveal data centre takeover impact

How would Digital Realty’s investment rating look if it bought Telx Group? Details of any impact on its rating appear to be have been inadvertantly leaked by financial ratings agency Fitch Ratings.

3. Iceotope takes Mellanox switches fan-less with liquid cooling

Sheffield firm creates fan-less cooling solution for HPC allowing chiller-less cooling in all climates.

4. AWS to power cloud with wind, as Google turns coal plant renewable

Tech titans pushing for clean energy – Amazon goes for wind in largest ever renewable project, while Google plans $600m renewable-energy powered data centre.

5. IoT, memory and data centre growth drive Intel’s Q2 results

Intel has reported better-than-expected second quarter results as growth in its data centre, memory and Internet-of-Things (IoT) businesses helped offset a challenging PC market.

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