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"James Bond" data center can withstand hydrogen bomb

In the first part of an online video series, Data Center Knowledge tours a Stockholm data center that looks just like something out of James Bond.

A former military bunker built during the Cold War for civil defense, the server room sits under hundreds of feet of bedrock and can withstand the force of a hydrogen bomb. It is owned by Bahnhof, a Swedish ISP. Inspiration for the interior design came from science fiction movies as well as James Bond.

Providing backup power for emergencies are two diesel engines- bought second hand from old German submarines. Real plants running along the walls and waterfalls provide landscaping. Floating above the facility floor, one will find a large conference room enclosed in glass.

Unfortunately, access is limited to employees only. So if you’re looking to visit the coolest data center in the world, the video will have to make do.

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