An Early Look At Facebook's Data centre In The Frozen North Of Sweden

Last year, Facebook announced plans to build its second data centre in the north of Sweden. The cold air means that Facebook won’t have to spend as much money on cooling, which reduces overall energy costs — by far the biggest expense in running a data centre.

Yesterday, the Green Data centre Blog noticed a couple new YouTube videos about the project.

This one is a general overview:

And this one shows the construction underway:

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