Interxion Uses Seawater to Cool Stockholm Data Center

Interxion Uses Seawater to Cool Stockholm Data Center

Interxion has cut energy costs at its Stockholm, Sweden data center (pictured) by 80 percent using a cooling system that gets chilled water from the sea, and Google uses a similar technique in Hamina, Finland, ZDNet reports.

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BMW Moves High-Performance Computing to Renewable-Powered Data Center

BMW Moves High-Performance Computing to Renewable-Powered Data Center

BMW expects to cut the cost of powering its high-performance computing as much as 82 percent by moving some of these applications to Verne Global’s 100 percent, dual-sourced renewable-powered data center campus in Iceland. According to the UK-based data center developer, the deal will see … Read more…

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