Facebook’s data centers worldwide, by the numbers and in pictures
Grounded in open source and energy efficient designs, the world’s largest social network shared its latest updates about cost and power savings attributed to its cutting-edge data centers.
Before I forget, just wanted to point out *this* happened. We were quickly reminded that the then-still unused, pristine 49ers locker room would never, ever, ever be that clean again.
Also a bit of a Danny Tanner-moment if anyone remembers when he was a sports reporter before Wake Up, San Francisco! (You know, on the show, not in real life, of course…)
The San Francisco 49ers moved into a new $1.2 billion home this past weekend. But perhaps Levi’s Stadium is the first to be built with a foundation in technology rather than just concrete, suggested SAP’s chief marketing officer Jonathan Becher.
During a media tour at the South Bay arena along with the SAP-sponsored Performance Facility and training center next door on Friday, Becher reflected that when the software giant first started talking with the Niners, SAP wasn’t looking to just pay to slap its name on a building or gate.
"We’re not a beer company. We’re not a car company," Becher reminded.
Image via Erica Argueta, CNET Español