Why Irish data centre boom is complicating climate efforts
Ollie George
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Inside Digital Realty's Dublin data centre, racks of shiny black servers throb and whirr as unseen fans cool machines that steadily process unending data. It operates 24 hours a day from the business park, sited on a former orchard, and the data joins a digital torrent in an underground fibre ring network that sweeps around the Irish capital and connects to undersea cables - the physical backbones of the digital world.

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