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Modern Infrastructure - December/January issue, Volume 2, Issue 1

Yesterday's data center physical plants were nothing to write home about – large, expensive to build, energy inefficient, and difficult to expand. Data center operators are demanding better, and the industry is responding in kind with advances in power, cooling, and facility design and location that lay the foundation for upcoming computing demands.  Access >>>

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