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Google becomes greener with this water cooled data center
posted May 27 2011 20:19.55 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Built in the early 1950s, this old post in Hamina, Finland, is a new data center of Google. The most interesting thing about this facility is that it effectively uses natural resources of the site to become less power consuming. More specifically, it uses sea water to cool the data storage systems through heat exchangers.



[Via: walyou]    [Link: googlegreen]
Tags: extreme   crazy designs   innovations   internet related   green   environment   google   
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