UK ISP Bogons has bought a Cold War nuclear bunder near Comrie, Scotland to develop a data storage and connectivity facility. The company paid around $253,000 for the seite at Cultybraggan in Scotland.

The facility was completed in 1990 to house Scottish Office staff in the event of a nuclear war and it is shielded against solar flares. And since solar flares can damage the servers, this bunker is a perfect location to have a data storage facility.


The facility was originally build for $30 million and it and the surrounding 90 acres were bought for over twice what Bogons paid.

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