High temperatures force "Google and Oracle" to stop their services in London

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Google and Oracle data centers in the UK were knocked offline by street flooding caused by heavy rains and strong winds. Several people were hospitalized, and some were even killed.
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London heatwave hits the tech sector - powered by Google's cloud, music streaming, and the internet of things
The heat wave that is raging across the country has knocked out data centers, power stations, and other infrastructure, disrupting the flow of data throughout the U.K. and affecting millions of computers.
More than 1 million people live and work in data centers located in London, Ireland, and the United States, and Google and Oracle own more than one-fifth of the world’s data centers. With one-sixth of the world’s population, the data center industry is responsible for more than 10% of the world’s electricity.
The heat wave that is raging across the country has knocked out data centers, power stations, and other infrastructure, disrupting the flow of data throughout the U.K. and affecting millions of computers. More than 1 million people live and work in data centers located in London, Ireland, and the United States, and Google and Oracle own more than one-fifth of the world’s data centers. With one-sixth of the world’s population, the data center industry is responsible for more than 10% of the world’s electricity. The heat wave that is raging across the country has knocked out data centers, power stations, and other infrastructure, disrupting the flow of data throughout the U.K. and affecting millions of
The heavy rainfall and fierce winds are causing severe damage to the data centers and other infrastructure, disrupting the flow of data throughout the country. The heat wave that is raging across the country has knocked out data centers, power stations, and other infrastructure, disrupting the flow of data throughout the U.K. and affecting millions of computers. More than 1 million people live and work in data centers located in London, Ireland, and the United States, and Google and Oracle own more than one-fifth of the world’s data centers. With one-sixth of the world’s population, the data center industry is responsible for more than 10% of the world’s electricity.
The heat wave that is raging across the country has knocked out data centers, power stations, and other infrastructure, disrupting the flow of data throughout the U.K. and affecting millions of computers. More than 1 million people live and work in data centers located in London, Ireland, and the United States, and Google and Oracle own more than one-fifth of the world’s data centers. With one-sixth of the world’s population, the data center industry is responsible for more than 10% of the world’s electricity. The heat is causing power shortages, knocking out data centers, and forcing companies to shut down server farms and other operations.
The heat wave that is raging across the country has knocked out data centers, power stations, and other infrastructure, disrupting the flow of data throughout the U.K. and affecting millions of computers. More than 1 million people live and work in data centers located in London, Ireland, and the United States, and Google and Oracle own more than one-fifth of the world’s data centers. With one-sixth of the world’s population, the data center industry is responsible for more than 10% of the world’s electricity. The disruption has had a major impact on the tech sector, which is powered by Google’s cloud, music streaming, and the internet of things.
The heat wave that is raging across the country has knocked out data centers, power stations, and other infrastructure, disrupting the flow of data throughout the U.K. and affecting millions of computers. More than 1 million people live and work in data centers located in London, Ireland, and the United States, and Google and Oracle own more than one-fifth of the world’s data centers heat wave that is raging across the country has knocked out data centers, power stations, and other infrastructure, disrupting the flow of data throughout the U.K. and affecting millions of computers. More than 1 million people live and work in data centers located in London, Ireland, and the United States, and Google and Oracle own more than one-fifth of the world’s data centers. With one-sixth of the world’s population, the data center industry is responsible for more than 10% of the world’s electricity consumption.. With one-sixth of the world’s population, the data center industry is responsible for more than 10% of the world’s electricity consumption. The heat has caused extensive power outages, with the London data center supply chain and other critical industries, such as music streaming, being most severely impacted.
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The heat wave that is raging across the country has knocked out data centers, power stations, and other infrastructure, disrupting the flow of data throughout the U.K. and affecting millions of computers. More than 1 million people live and work in data centers located in London, Ireland, and the United States, and Google and Oracle own more than one-fifth of the world’s data centers. With one-sixth of the world’s population, the data center industry is responsible for more than 10% of the world’s electricity consumption.

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