At least, that's one thing Sears is trying out.
Sears! Once the catalog king, then an eminent brick-and-mortar retailer, and now, perhaps, a real-estate holding company that leases out space for computers that power the cloud.
Data Center Knowledge reported today that Sears had created a new unit -- Ubiquity Critical Environments -- to look into repurposing its shuttered stores as data centers, starting with this one in Chicago.
Yes, this is this week's sign that the 21st century is upon us.
Read more at The Atlantic
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