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Photo Alum Interviewed On Being The First Photographer Inside Google’s Data Centers

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Council Bluffs Network Room / credit Connie Zhou
“Inside Google’s campus network room, routers and switches allow data centers to talk to each other. The fiber optic networks connecting their sites can run at speeds that are more than 200,000 times faster than a typical home Internet connection. The fiber cables run along the yellow cable trays near the ceiling.”

What does it take to make warehouses full of electronics into art?

Architectural photographer, and Parsons Photo Alum, Connie Zhou was interviewed by Pop Photo about her experience as the first photographer officially allowed into Google’s massive data centers. The resulting images turn warehouses full of electronic equipment into beautiful graphic photographs.

Read the full interview and see her photos HERE.

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