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The 100,000-square-foot NSA data center being built in Bluffdale, Utah, is having trouble handling the power running through it -- enough to power a city of 20,000. Since the Edward Snowden leaks, it’s been made clear that the National Security Agency ...
Government Technology · 10/18/2013
Data centers are notorious for using a lot of power and other resources, but residents of Bluffdale, Utah are a little annoyed by the volume of water that will soon begin flowing to a new NSA facility. When it is completed in September, cooling the massive ...
Geek · ByRyan Whitwam · 7/15/2013
Electrical explosions at the National Security Agency’s giant Utah data-storage center have severely damaged equipment and delayed the facility’s opening for a year. There have been 10 meltdowns in the past 13 months that have destroyed hundreds of ...
News Max · 10/8/2013
Further Reading Utah city ordered to provide water records for enormous NSA facility Reporter compelled Bluffdale to provide data on Utah Data Center's water usage. On Friday, Tribune reporter Nate Carlisle was sent more than two years of data following a ...
Ars Technica · ByCyrus Farivar · 4/28/2014
The National Security Agency has many secrets, but here’s a new one: the agency is refusing to say how much water it’s pumping into the brand new data center it operates in Bluffdale, Utah. According to the NSA, its water usage is a matter of national ...
Wired News · ByRobert Mcmillan · 3/19/2014
Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, YouTube, Skype, AOL and the lesser known Internet company PalTalk are all involved with the PRISM program, which the government insists is for national security. The Utah Data Center which is being …
Daily Mail · 6/8/2013
While the electrical explosions hobbling the National Security Agency’s giant Utah Data Center project — as detailed in today’s front page Wall Street Journal story — may come as a surprise, the NSA has a history of poorly managed electrical projects.
The Wall Street Journal · BySiobhan Gorman · 10/8/2013
High-performance NSA computers alone will fill up 100,000 square feet. The Utah Data Center is a data farm that will begin harvesting emails, phone records, text messages and other electronic data in September. "NSA's focus is on foreign intelligence and ...
NPR News · 6/10/2013
The NSA is currently finishing construction on its Utah Data Center, a new $1.2 billion storage facility near Salt Lake City. When it's finished, the data center will be able to hold and process five zettabytes of data, according to NPR. That simple fact ...
National Geographic · 6/12/2013
then it's fair to conclude the agency collects a significant amount of spam and has little choice but to store it — meaning that of the "alottabytes" of storage the NSA brags about in its Utah data center, a heap of them will be filled with junk.
Washington Post · 10/15/2013