What A Bond Villain's Datacenter Would Look Like

Some 30 meters below solid bedrock underneath Stockholm, an abandoned nuclear bunker has been transformed into what could only be described as the world's coolest datacenter. The 16-inch thick entrance doors lead to a facility that, to quote this wonderfully illustrated Hot Hardware.com story, is "replete with waterfalls, greenhouses, German submarine backup engines and simulated daylight (and) this facility has the added benefit of being able to withstand an almost direct hit by a hydrogen bomb."

The story is nice, but the pictures of this underground computer facility inside a cave are stunning. It almost makes me want to give up telecommuting. As fellow blogger Jason Perlow commented, "This is what a Bond villain's datacenter would look like."

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