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Bland is beautiful. Data-center operators like their structures to be boring and anonymous like this one - Equinix's in Secaucus, N.J.
Everything is backed up. The Uniterruptible Power Supply backs up electric power. These batteries at Equinix's New Jersey center help back up the UPS.
Uninterruptible Power Supply gear at a Yahoo data center conditions electricity as it comes into the data center, and if power fails, keeps the center running until the generators kick in. Spools of wire in Yahoo's signature colors, purple and yellow.
Concrete pipes, some 14 inches in diameter, handle the flow of water at AT&T's data center.
Servers at AT&T's data center in Ashburn, Va., are linked together - and to the outside world - by cables and wires.
Most servers are stacked in racks such as these at the AT&T data center in Virginia. A water tank at AT&T's data center in Ashburn, Va. To keep the data center cool, AT&T continuously pumps 13.5 million gallons of water a day.
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