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  • noun Plural form of datacenter.

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Examples

  • Microsoft trying out netbook processors in datacenters - Infoworld

    Microsoft Designing Cloud Data Centers From the Silicon Up

  • But we are not only committed to the idea of datacenters serving as a backbone of our services strategy, we are also committed to creating facilities that will continue deliver technical innovations and greater sustainability to the industry. "

    MSDN Blogs

  • But we are not only committed to the idea of datacenters serving as a backbone of our services strategy, we are also committed to creating facilities that will continue deliver technical innovations and greater sustainability to the industry. "

    MSDN Blogs

  • But we are not only committed to the idea of datacenters serving as a backbone of our services strategy, we are also committed to creating facilities that will continue deliver technical innovations and greater sustainability to the industry. "

    MSDN Blogs

  • But we are not only committed to the idea of datacenters serving as a backbone of our services strategy, we are also committed to creating facilities that will continue deliver technical innovations and greater sustainability to the industry. "

    MSDN Blogs

  • Just as the chip and tech recovery was foreordained 18 months ago by booming Smartphone sales, corollary uploads/downloads of rich media and the profusion of e-commerce and social networking sites today necessitating faster, more robust networks and datacenters, so was the aviation and industrial industries set in motion by rising air freight and business travel in spring 2009.

    The Aviation Boom Market

  • Being the CIO of a NASA field center means I am responsible for most of the IT infrastructure (networks, datacenters, systems, etc.) here at NASA Ames, and several NASA-wide services, including the NASA Security Operations Center.

    NASA's Web Future - NASA Watch

  • It aims to supply the next generation of datacenters, the vast rooms where companies and organizations ...

    Past Tech Trends & Products: Technology Live Archive

  • Its Windows Azure cloud-computing technology allows applications to be hosted and run on datacenters, for which Microsoft has spent billions of dollars the past few years.

    Tech CEOs try to predict who'll win tomorrow's tech race

  • Microsoft has spent a chunk of change erecting huge datacenters to deliver this.

    Microsoft offers software for rent

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