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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New District Energy System in Vancouver Uses Waste Heat From Data Center

New District Energy System in Vancouver Uses Waste Heat From Data Center

Canadian telecommunications company Telus is building a $750-million residential and commercial complex in downtown Vancouver, BC, and is going to heat and cool the new Telus Garden development with waste heat from its own nearby data center. The Telus Garden development is comprised of a … Read more…

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