Microsoft has a pretty nifty way to store data: In an underwater datacenter, located off the coast of Scotland, capable of holding 27.6 petabytes of information. It’s part of Project Natick, the company’s testbed for the feasibility of underwater dat…View More The live feed of Microsoft’s underwater datacenter is strangely soothing
What was just a crazy idea four years ago is now being tested in real life. Microsoft’s underwater datacenter is designed to cool and power itself underwater. Read more…More about Microsoft, Renewable Energy, Datacenter, Tech, and Big Tech Companie…View More Future of the internet could depend on submarine datacenters
Off the coast of Scotland’s Orkney Islands, waves crash, winds whip, and a damp fog from the sea hovers in the air nearly year round.
And now, underneath Scotland’s cold, turbulent waters, a data center hums away, providing the Scottish isles’ coasta…
When HPE acquired Nimble Storage in March for a cool billion dollars, it knew it was getting some nifty flash storage technology. But it also got Nimble’s InfoSight artificial intelligence capabilities that not only monitored the underlying storage arrays, but all of the adjacent datacenter technology. Today, the company announced it has enhanced that technology to provide… Read More
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