In reinforced concrete, deep under Tirat Carmel, lies Israel's data
TheMarker gets a rare glimpse into the little-known facility housing the servers of Israel's biggest companies and government agencies.
Fifteen meters underground near the Haifa suburb of Tirat Carmel resides Israel's Internet, encased in reinforced concrete and kept at a constant 22 degrees Celsius. The MedNautilus undersea cable system connects here, but most importantly the facility is home for the servers operated by the country's Internet suppliers and most major organizations.
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