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+ - Iron Mountain's Experimental Room 48->

twailgum writes: Twenty-two stories underground in Iron Mountain's Western Pennsylvania facility, "you'll find Room 48, an experiment in data center energy efficiency," writes Computerworld's Lucas Mearian. "Open for just six months, the room is used by Iron Mountain to discover the best way to use geothermal conditions and engineering designs to establish the perfect environment for electronic documents. Room 48 is also being used to devise a geothermal-based environment that can be tapped to create efficient, low-cost data centers."
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