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Located in a bunker 30 meters under solid bedrock in downtown Stockholm, Sweden, is one of the most secure datacenters in the world.

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A newly opened high-security data center run by one of Sweden’s largest ISPs. Facts about the data center:
* The data center is housed in what was originally a military bunker and nuclear shelter during the Cold War era.
* Located in central Stockholm below 30 meters (almost 100 ft) of bedrock.
* The bunker was designed to be able to withstand a near hit by a hydrogen bomb.
* Houses the Network Operations Center for one of Sweden’s largest ISPs.
* German submarine engines for backup power: Backup power is handled by two Maybach MTU diesel engines producing 1.5 Megawatt of power.
* 1.5 megawatt of cooling for the servers producing a cooling effect enough for several hundred rack-mounted units.
* Triple redundancy Internet backbone access with both fiber optics and extra copper lines with three different physical ways into the mountain.
* For a pleasant working environment the data center has simulated daylight, greenhouses, waterfalls and a huge 2600-liter salt water fish tank.
* Staff: 15 employees (senior technical staff).
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