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A Look Inside US Data Centers

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3/31/2014
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Ever wonder how all that content floating around the web gets there? How it's supported, delivered, and maintained?

Data centers are the answer. They are the backbone that keeps everything running, but they can also be expensive, complex, and often polluting to the environment they're in. Check out the following detailed infographic supplied by WhoIsHostingThis.com for all you ever wanted to know -- and much more -- on data centers in the US.

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ericjras
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ericjras,
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4/14/2014 | 1:52:47 PM
Re: Data overload
Great one on DCs.  Most helpful I've seen since this tongue-in-cheeck infographic on infographics http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/03/01/the-infographic-infograph_n_829394.html  
mendyk
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4/1/2014 | 9:17:34 AM
Re: Data overload
If Proust did infographics, this would be his masterwork.
PaulERainford
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PaulERainford,
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4/1/2014 | 6:40:58 AM
Re: Data overload
And it's just sooooooooooo long!
Sarah Thomas
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Sarah Thomas,
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3/31/2014 | 6:27:06 PM
Data overload
If this isn't the most comphrensive (although they stay away from environmental impact) infographic about data centers ever, I'll be quite surprised! Some good info here.
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