It’s pretty surreal to watch all these fish congregate around the data center like it’s an artificial reef.
The shipping container-sized data center holds 864 servers and is completely powered by renewable energy.
Dozens of hard drives were knocked down during a fire drill that involved inert gas deployment.
Could this Midwestern data center become the largest Bitcoin mine in the world?
It’s an “innovative” way to fight file sharers, says one investigator, but will depend on whether employees knew the activity was taking place.
Creeping and cyclical, pricked here and there with machine chatter, the din registers its own kind of mysterious silence.
Data centers are REALLY loud.
Is it poetic justice that the home of the government's Orwellian online surveillance is burning down?
How could such disparate services all get hit at once? A preemptive strike from the Syrian Electronic Army? Anonymous putting its foot (their feet?) down to end brunch-related photography?
Is this the warped future of historical preservation?