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Facebook Data Centers Offer Users Look Into Water, Power Usage
2013-04-19 12:24:10

In an effort to open up some of their operations, Facebook has given the Internet a front row seat to two of their American data centers. These data centers, located in Prineville, Oregon and Forest City, North Carolina, work like any other industrial building, meaning they require power, cooling and water.

Facebook Preps Cold Storage Facility In Oregon To House Old Photos
2013-02-23 08:36:56

In an attempt to find a more efficient way to host some of the website’s older content, Facebook is preparing to launch a new “cold storage” data center at its Prineville, Oregon facility to free up resources on its main “hot” servers.

Facebook And Apple: Model Neighbors
2012-08-18 06:05:27

Facebook is changing the way they approach their emergency backup procedures, and it all takes place in a building they’re calling “Sub-Zero.”

Apple Once Again Announces Green Energy Plans
2012-05-18 11:42:55

Apple has been targeted by Greenpeace over its energy consumption in its Maiden, North Carolina data center. Now, Apple is saying their 500,000 square foot center will be completely green by the end of the year, using only renewable energy sources to power it.

2011-06-22 00:00:34

Facebook data center engineers turn to Global Power Supply to meet the custom critical power needs of their new energy-efficient, eco-friendly data centers in Prineville, Oregon. Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) June 21, 2011 Global Power Supply, provider of critical power equipment and fully integrated power services for emergency back-up and primary power applications, was recently chosen by Facebook to meet the critical power needs of their new data center in Prineville, Oregon.

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2010-04-22 08:25:00

Greenpeace was disgruntled to learn that Facebook chose Prineville, Ore. to make its first-ever data center an energy efficiency landmark.


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