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Facebook's new cheap, fast, green data center is really a free blueprint for companies that want to chip away at Google's computing advantage. Including Facebook.
By Dan Mitchell, contributor
The data center business, as it currently exists, is a little too much like "Fight Club" (The first rule of servers: you do not talk about our servers) says Facebook's Jonathan Heiliger, vice president of technical operations.
For that reason, Facebook will share the designs for its MOREApr 8, 2011 12:32 PM ET
Is the "Facebook for the office" company joining the rest of the Valley in cranking up the IPO machine?
FORTUNE -- Nothing says, "we plan to go public" more than when a startup bulks up its board with executives from brand-name companies. Software company Jive has just done that, with the addition of former McAfee (MFE) Chairman Chuck Robel, McAffee President David DeWalt, Facebook's VP of Technical Operations Jonathan Heiliger and MOREMichael V. Copeland, Senior Writer - Mar 30, 2011 4:13 PM ET
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