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Now you can see what the fish off the North Scotland coast think of Microsoft’s Project Natick undersea data center

If you’ve ever occurred upon a standard data center, you have been in all probability underwhelmed: most have a resemblance to a supersized Wal-Mart with acres of nothingness surrounding them. Microsoft’s Project Natick is a really totally different endeavor, and it’s letting the public get a better take a look at life in its neighborhood.

Microsoft unveiled two live-streaming webcams Thursday connected to its Project Natick data center, which is at the moment working close to the Orkney Islands off Scotland’s northern tip. Project Natick is an experiment designed to judge whether or not undersea data facilities are a protected and sensible manner of deploying cloud computing providers close to coastal inhabitants facilities.

The digital aquarium can be discovered on Project Natick’s web site, and proper now it appears to be like like the fishing is fairly good round the data center, which was placed beneath the waves earlier this year. If anyone spots a leak, please let me know as quickly as doable.

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