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Microsoft Can use undersea data Centers as artificial reefs

Microsoft is forging ahead with its thought to make submerged data centers(called ‘Project Natick’), together with the firm now having registered a patent for an ‘artificial reef information center’ which would not just give a fantastic house for servers but sea life.

Developed by Patent Yogi, also registered in the end of December, the patent refers to a boat which would hold the information center and be located on the sea floor, or stitched just over it (in case the ground was too irregular).

Since Microsoft has observed earlier, taking a information center underwater provides lots of advantages, such as exceptionally diminished cooling costs (it is already quite cold down there) and effortless installation, and they may be found near the coast and towns, reducing the space to public centers and thus reducing latency.

Additionally, there are advantages in terms of having a steady surroundings below the sea that isn’t influenced from the likes of storms etc.

And making the information center an attractive possible abode for marine life will clearly give Microsoft a thumbs-up about the ecological friendliness front.

The idea is to design a construction that offers warmth and shelter for sea animals, with sound from the PCs interior maintained to a minimum — Microsoft has said that the fish researching the sea floor will likely produce more sound compared to the information center — and maybe going up to to distribute nourishment for sea life to feed.

Microsoft has ran trials — for 3 months ago in 2015 it analyzed a data center in a 10 x 7-foot container at the Pacific Ocean which boasted a computing power equal to 300 desktop PCs.

Project Natick will not always be limited to oceans, possibly, with the likes of rivers and lakes also being considered as potential watery data center places.

by admin on January 23rd, 2018 in Microsoft, Uncategorized

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