New technologies may stop high cooling costs from driving data centers to the edge of the earth

Facebook, the world’s most popular social networking site, announced recently that it plans to build a colossal 120 MW data center in the extreme north of Sweden, just 100 kilometers south of the Arctic Circle, as a means of cutting the energy costs associated with cooling its servers. The 28,000 m2...

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