Cold War nuclear bunker converted into green data centre
14 September 2009, source edie newsroom
Data centres account for around a quarter of the world's emissions from the IT and communications sector.
The environmental benefits coupled with low electricity prices, stable political situation and no history of disruptive natural disasters have seen Sweden become a sought after location for data centres, with several international ICT companies choosing Stockholm as the base for their servers.
The video below explains why a nuclear bunker is the environmentally sensitive answer to house a power-hungry data centre.
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