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    1. The New Hardware That Will Power the Next Phase of HPC Growth

      The New Hardware That Will Power the Next Phase of HPC Growth

      It’s been an eventful week for the high performance computing community, as the industry’s leading vendors unveiled the hardware that will power the sector’s next phase of growth. There were highly-anticipated releases from HPC stalwarts NVIDIA and Intel, as well as the first major supercomputing project using ARM processors.

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      Mentions: Fujitsu Europe Intel
    2. With LinkedIn Deal, Microsoft Expands Wholesale Data Center Presence

      With LinkedIn Deal, Microsoft Expands Wholesale Data Center Presence

      With its $26 billion deal to acquire LinkedIn, Microsoft stands to become an even larger player in the market for wholesale data center space. LinkedIn has rapidly expanded its Internet infrastructure in recent years, leasing more than 30 megawatts of capacity from wholesale data center service providers.

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    3. New ASHRAE Data Center Cooling Standard Will Get Additional Review

      New ASHRAE Data Center Cooling Standard Will Get Additional Review

      The data center industry will have one more opportunity to offer feedback on a new energy efficiency standard for data center cooling.

      ASHRAE, the leading standards group for cooling professionals, has opened a fourth round of comments on ASHRAE Standard 90.4, which has been under development for more than a year. 

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      Mentions: ASHRAE
    4. The Virtual Reality Future: Bigger Pipes, More Data Centers

      The Virtual Reality Future: Bigger Pipes, More Data Centers

      NEW YORK – Robert Scoble works on the front lines of virtual reality. As the entrepreneur in residence at Upload VR, Scoble has been test-driving the latest technology from pioneers like Magic Leap and Oculus. If it becomes widely adopted, virtual reality is likely to have a mind-blowing impact on networks and data centers.

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