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Five Minute Briefing - Data Center
April 22, 2024

Five Minute Briefing - Data Center: April 22, 2024. Published in conjunction with SHARE Inc., a bi-weekly report geared to the needs of data center professionals.

News Flashes

CIQ, the company building the next generation of software infrastructure for enterprises, is releasing fully supported, upstream stable kernels for Rocky Linux via the CIQ Enterprise Linux Platform—providing enhanced performance, hardware compatibility, and security. The new offering from CIQ was built to meet the ultra-high performance, compatibility, and security needs of the most advanced customers, and is now available to everyone.

Cisco, the leader in security and networking, revealed a new approach to securing data centers and clouds in response to the increasing demands the AI revolution has put on IT infrastructure—introducing Cisco Hypershield. According to the company, with this unprecedented innovation, Cisco is tipping the scales in favor of defenders, building on its recent announcements to accelerate AI infrastructure with Cisco's ethernet switching, silicon, and compute portfolio.

IBM unveiled its new Cloud Multizone Region (MZR) in Montreal, Quebec, designed to help clients address their evolving regulatory requirements and leverage technology such as generative AI with a secured, enterprise cloud platform. Building on the opening of IBM Cloud's Toronto MZR in 2021 and existing data centers in Montreal, the opening of the new Montreal MZR is planned for the first half of 2025.

OmniOn Power is expanding its Edge data center power architecture (Edge) with a new three-phase, 200/208/240-volt (V) low-line version to help address the power demands of data center companies around the world. Combined with the company's 480V Edge power architecture, OmniOn can now provide a comprehensive offering for global data center companies, regardless of region or available AC utility power feed. 

News From SHARE

Since the early days of the mainframe, women have been coding and working with the platform to help not only researchers, but also the government.