News of Note—Intel CEO steps down, IBM adds managed services to Kubernetes-based cloud

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IBM has added enterprise cloud-managed services to its Kubernetes-based cloud private application platform. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Intel CEO Brian Krzanich resigned after the company learned of a past relationship with an Intel employee. Bloomberg article

> IBM has added enterprise cloud-managed services to its Kubernetes-based cloud private application platform. SDxCentral article

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> AT&T hasstruck a deal to sell 31 data centers to Brookfield Infrastructure Partners for $1.1 billion. Data Center Knowledge article

> Electronics engineers have come up with a plan to make the internet more efficient by using software-defined networking. Phys.org article

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