A new data center in Lulea, Sweden, is an exemplar of the good Facebook is capable of. It is trying to do for hardware what Linux did for software. And it may be succeeding.
Sears has decided that one of the best things to do with all those stores it had to close after the US ran out of money was to convert them into data centers.
Apple likes to make everyone think that one of its main concerns is the company's impact on the environment. That might not be true.
Scientists at Sweden's Institute of Technology have developed a nanofluid solution that could eventually be used to cool massive data centers and server farms.
Facebook has told Greenpeace to get its own house in order, after the environmental campaigning group criticized the company for using non-renewable sources to power its new data center.
The Smooth-Stone syndicate has amassed a $48 million war chest to challenge traditional x86 processors with new, low-powered chips designed for use in servers and data centers.
Google's signed a 20-year deal to buy power from an Iowa wind farm as part of its plan to become carbon neutral.