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Underwater data center in the Pacific could be up and running by the end of the year

A startup has developed data center modules that can be submerged in the ocean to allow the water to keep them naturally cool. Cooling tends to consume a lot of energy

Technology


26 Aug 2022

A drawing of one of the Subsea Cloud data center pods

underwater cloud

An underwater data center could begin operations off the west coast of the US before the end of 2022. The project is an attempt to show the feasibility of using the ocean to provide cooling, which normally accounts for a large part of the data center energy usage.

“By locating data centers under the sea, we eliminate electrically powered cooling, which accounts for 40 percent of energy consumption,” he says. maxie reynoldsco-founder of underwater cloud, the company behind the initiative. …

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