What will remain of the human race?
In the latest issue of the DCD Magazine, we head to Svalbard to visit what could be the last data center, buried in the permafrost.
We also talk to Microsoft researchers planning halls of glass that last 10,000 years, delve into DNA storage, discuss the loss of knowledge with Internet Hall of Famers Vint Cerf and Brewster Kahle, and talk about immortality with the man behind the Voyager's Golden Record.
Peering into the future
Elsewhere in the magazine, we speak to DE-CIX's new CEO Ivo Ivanov about building an interconnection giant that spans the world.
The cable ship crisis
Everyone wants submarine cables. Nobody wants to buy the ships that lay them
A second look
Why hyperscalers are looking to reinvent time and avoid the negative leap second
Photonic compute and interconnect see the light
The flamingo universe
Simulating the cosmos takes a lot of RAM
Raiding data centers
When law enforcement comes for data centers, what happens?
A necessary shutdown
Why telcos are switching off 2G and 3G, and what it means for 5G
Ampere explains its core philosophy
Behind Vodafone's proposed merger with Three UK
Reusing waste compute
Qarnot's digital boilers put heat first
Brace for impact
Getting ready for the economic downturn
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