Nautilus' proposed Californian data center waylaid by seals

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"Seals are hampering Nautilus’ plans to convert an old missile manufacturing building located on a decommissioned naval airbase into a data center."

Verne Global was mentioned in a data center dynamics article about how a Californian company, Nautilus, is attempting to convert an old missile manufacturing building into a data center. Their efforts are being impeded however as the local harbor seals that have taken residence close to the site would be disturbed by the new data center. Verne Global was mentioned as an example due to the fact that our data center is located on a former NATO airbase in Iceland.

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