25,000 views of Apple Data Center video

The above YouTube video has reached 25,000 views in 3 days.

and there has been plenty of news/blogs about the video.

Video flyover: Apple's new cloud computing center

CNNMoney.com (blog) - Philip Elmer-DeWitt - ‎21 hours ago‎

The 500000-sq.-ft. facility is nearly five times the size of Apple's current server farm Apple's Maiden, NC, data center. Video: Bill Wagenseller According ...

Weekly Poll: Why Is Apple Building a Massive, $1 Billion Data Center

ReadWriteWeb (blog) - Alex Williams - ‎9 hours ago‎

This post is part of our ReadWriteCloud channel, which is dedicated to covering virtualization and cloud computing. The channel is sponsored by Intel and ...

Aerial video shows Apple's 500000 sq. ft. server farm in NC

MacNN - ‎17 hours ago‎

An aerial video, captured from a helicopter, allegedly shows Apple's new data-center located on 225 acres of land in Maiden, North Carolina....

Aerial Footage Of Apple's New North Carolina Data Center Shows Massive Facility

Cult of Mac (blog) - ‎19 hours ago‎

Aerial footage of Apple's massive data center in rural North Carolina clearly show how large the $1 billion complex is. Shot recently by a local realtor, ...

That's Apple's New Data Center? Where's the Giant Glass Cube?

All Things Digital (blog) - John Paczkowski - ‎20 hours ago‎

When plans for it were first announced, Apple's North Carolina data center was described as “as big as they come” and in more colloquial ...

First Look: Apple's Massive iDataCenter

Data Center Knowledge - Rich Miller - ‎Feb 22, 2010‎

How big is Apple's new iDataCenter in Maiden, North Carolina? It's plenty big, as illustrated by this aerial video posted to YouTube (apparently taken by an ...

I joked  in a Aug 2009 post that Apple is the Data Center Paparazzi target and a helicopter fly over fits the pattern.

Aug 18, 2009

Data Center Paparazzi Target was Google, now Apple, Watch the Rumors

Remember when we speculated on Google Data Centers?  People took pictures like the paparazzi of Google’s data centers and posted pictures to drive traffic.  But that is old news.

Now Apple is the new star.