A Microsoft prototype underwater data center, affectionately dubbed the “Leona Philpot,” aboard a barge for deployment in the Pacific Ocean, off the central California coast, Aug. 10, 2015. Microsoft put a data center prototype on the ocean floor, where sea water can act as a coolant and waves could be used to power it.
A Microsoft prototype underwater data center, affectionately dubbed the “Leona Philpot,” aboard a barge for deployment in the Pacific Ocean, off the central California coast, Aug. 10, 2015. Microsoft put a data center prototype on the ocean floor, where sea water can act as a coolant and waves could be used to power it. MICROSOFT New York Times
A Microsoft prototype underwater data center, affectionately dubbed the “Leona Philpot,” aboard a barge for deployment in the Pacific Ocean, off the central California coast, Aug. 10, 2015. Microsoft put a data center prototype on the ocean floor, where sea water can act as a coolant and waves could be used to power it. MICROSOFT New York Times

Microsoft goes underwater for a data center solution

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