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Databases In Caves? A Unique Google Fiber Bid

April 16th, 2010 04:00 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “Plenty of cities have submitted bids for the Google Fiber project, with most of their bids being centered around the attributes that could describe many communities. Yet one small midwestern town, with much less fanfare than the metropolitan bids, provided an unusual proposition for Google in their likely quixotic nomination. Quincy, IL has an extensive series of underground caverns that could provide year-round temperature control, dedicated hydro-electric power, and security in the case of a terrorist attack.”

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