Microsoft has opened the doors on what it is calling its first “mega data center” in Europe, to meet the needs of its plans for online and cloud-related services.

The Redmond, Wash.-based software giant officially took the wraps off a $500 million data center in Dublin, Ireland, which features a number of new energy-saving technologies, including the ability to operate without chilled water cooling system.

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