Microsoft will be carbon negative by 2030 and, by 2050, will have removed more carbon from the environment than the company has emitted since its founding.
First-of-their-kind Microsoft circular centers recycle and repurpose servers and other hardware on site and, by 2025, will extend server lifespans by up to 90 percent.
Azure Orbital, a satellite ground station service, enables customers to communicate, downlink and process data from their satellites without having to build their own stations.
High-security perimeter fences surround Microsoft datacenters.
All vehicles and pedestrians enter through monitored checkpoints.
Modular Datacenters (MDCs) enable organizations to deploy a complete datacenter solution where needed, including in areas with limited or no connectivity.
By 2025, Microsoft will have green energy power purchase agreements for 100 percent of carbon-emitting electricity consumed by all company datacenters, buildings and campuses.
Microsoft builds local partnerships that deliver economic, social and environmental benefits to the communities in which datacenters are located.
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