Microsoft will take lessons from underwater datacentre to land and sea

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Microsoft will take lessons from underwater datacentre to land and sea
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Microsoft will take lessons from underwater datacentre to land and sea

Datacentres are predicted to generate two per cent of global CO2 in four years

Microsoft will apply the lessons learned from its underwater datacentre experiment to both land- and sea-based facilities in the future Microsoft dropped the 40-foot container off the coast of O...

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