Internet giant Google recently provided a rare glimpse into the inner workings of their numerous data centres. Ordinarily very private about what goes on inside these centres, Google allowed access to US magazine, Wired.
Showing the interior of eight data centres across the US and Europe, the photographs are the first ever glimpse of the internal Google operation. The photographs are to feature in an article about how Google builds and operate and they show the maze of servers and cables which are used to power the world’s largest search engine.
Integral to the data processing, the picture below shows hundreds of frame fans being used to cool the servers. For more impressive photographs and to read the full article, visit Mail Online using the link below: