The National Security Agency’s data center in Utah has been plagued with a lot of electrical problems which has caused the delay of the opening of the one million square foot campus. According to the Wall Street Journal report, there have been 10 occurrences of arc flash meltdown that may have damaged the equipment and delay the efforts to bring the power back online.

It was also stated that the failures have been the focus of more than 50,000 man hours of investigation and troubleshooting. The events that have caused tremendous equipment damage have incurred the cost of about 100,000 per incident.


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