Microsoft to apply Project Natick findings to 'both land and sea datacentres'

A year after pulling container from Scottish seabed, Microsoft gives update on underwater datacentre research project

Doug Woodburn
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A year after retrieving an experimental underwater datacentre from the Scottish seabed, Microsoft says it will look to apply its findings to both land- and sea-based datacentre builds.  Microsof...

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