Microsoft engineers have run tests in which racks of servers were housed in a tent outdoors, and had no service interruptions. Read More
Microsoft has completed its massive new data center in San Antonio, and will hold an official opening ceremony on Monday. Read More
Microsoft isn’t offering many details, but says its new Iowa data center will feature significant design innovations.
Microsoft isn’t offering many details, but says its new Iowa data center will feature significant design innovations. Read More
Microsoft’s $500 million data center in West Des Moines, Iowa will feature an updated design implementing the company’s latest innovations in energy efficiency.
Microsoft Director of Data Center Research Daniel Costello providesd a detailed look at Microsoft’s plans for its CBlox data center containers.
It’s a big week for West Des Moines, Iowa. First Shawn Johnson’s gold medal. Now a $500 million Microsoft data center.
Iowa Gov. Chet Culver has a press conference tomorrow to announce a “major economic development” project. Yep, looks like Microsoft (MSFT).
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The city of Northlake, Ill. will expand its water capacity to support Microsoft’s massive new data center in town.
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