A Look At Awesome Data Centers (Infographic)

Have you ever wondered what it takes to power your favorite websites? In this inforgraphic we take a look at some datacenter history, today’s largest datacenteres, and some of today’s greenest datacenters.

A datacenter is a facility that is designed and built specifically to house computers, storage arrays, and telecommunications (networking) systems. Some datacenters have incredible security measures to protect what is inside, and the largest datacenters are known to use more electricity than entire towns. Exact locations of datacenters are generally kept secret for security, but here are some interesting facts about them.


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About The Author: James Vincent

James is the owner of DesignDisease, and a full time a web designer and entrepreneur. Apart from DesignDisease, James owns and operates a small network of design related blogs and websites well known to the design community.

2 responses to “A Look At Awesome Data Centers (Infographic)”

  1. Terry Lewis says:

    There are many scientific reasons why people actually like infographics more. We usually suffer from information overload while reading heaps of news and articles. That is why, whenever I use https://essays.agency/ I choose an infographic as a resource for my argument. And while color visuals still are prevailing, we choose 80% of articles because they have images.

  2. Ramon Farron says:

    Since information is considered the main commodity, people need some places to store and save it. Look through the project by PhD, Lesley Nigel: Google Data Centers: Economic Impact and Community Benefit – a copyright added to https://domyessay.today/coursework-writing/ community help.

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