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Bundled, Buried & Behind Closed Doors

The Internet in real life

It is an immense virtual world where we access, communicate and store information. But can it be touched?

Internet users produce over 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day, and it doesn't stay still. It travels through a global network of wires and servers, many of which are housed in this building.     

Bundled, Buried and Behind Closed Doors gives us a rare look at the Internet's hidden infrastructure at 60 Hudson Street, a nondescript building in Lower Manhattan that holds much of the physical information superhighway.


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