Bombproof Bits

Greenberg, Andy
November 2010
Forbes Asia;Nov2010, Vol. 6 Issue 13, p63
The article discusses the feature of the world's most secure data center Wikileaks which includes a conference room, network operation center, and generators. It states that a glass conference room is embedded in the cave's rock ceiling that consists with eight 13-foot-long steel bolts. It also mentions that the network operation center is built to command Stockholm's civil defense during a nuclear winter. Further it mentions that the two backup generators were designed for German submarines.


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