7 Most Unusual Data Centers in the World (Infographic)
Article by George Norman
On 21 Jun 2017
Data centers are nothing to write home about. I mean, what could be interesting about a large facility that houses data communication systems, storage solutions, and other equally boring stuff?

Actually... there are a few data centers around the world that aren’t as boring as you might think. Take a look at the infographic presented below to uncover some of the world’s most creative and sometimes bizarre data centers.

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