Thirsty business for data centres
Data centres are expected to see explosive growth in the next few years, but the industry is under fire for its water usage. Huw Morris reportsAmerican writer Maggie Stiefvater summed up the irony perfectly: “You could write a book about things you can’t find online.” The information communication sector is doing everything to prove her wron
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