Why aren’t data centers more beautiful on the outside?

This week on White Space, we have data centers that float, data centers inside pyramids and data centers with ridiculously low PUE.

Peter reports on his trip to Dublin for Host in Ireland conference: there’s news about subsea cables and a change of rhetoric from Ireland’s data protection commissioner.

Bill details (hopefully) the last chapter in the saga of a Paris data center owned by Interxion.

We also look at Microsoft’s data protection gambit in Germany – the company simply handed over the running of Azure facilities to a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom, in order to earn the trust of local customers.

The episode concludes with some music box fun, courtesy of 4D Data Centres.