Swedish underground ISP, looks like something out of James Bond
The space-themed conference room is suspended about the server hall.
That light fog in the NOC almost makes us think of cloud computing. Fog computing?
This underground data center has greenhouses, waterfalls, German submarine engines, simulated daylight and can withstand a hit from a hydrogen bomb. It looks like the secret HQ of a James Bond villain.
And it is real. It is a newly opened high-security data center run by one of Sweden’s largest ISPs, located in an old nuclear bunker deep below the bedrock of Stockholm city, sealed off from the world by entrance doors 40 cm thick (almost 16 inches).