Saturday, November 04, 2006

365 Main in SanFrancisco

Just a quick link to a nice article on the 365 Main San Francisco data center. It lists some impressive stats.

I'm glad I don't have to worry about all of the technology they have put in to make the facility stable for earthquakes. I'm also (once again) puzzled on the 90,000 square feet of raised floor space .... still trying to figure out the attraction to raised floor.

Check out the Searchdatacenter.com article here.

1 comment:

chuck goolsbee said...

I loathe raised floor. It should have died with the mainframe computer, and makes no sense in today's dense computing environmnet.

I have no idea why anyone would deploy raised floor in a "seismologically entertaining" region.

--chuck