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According to Variety, Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito” broke a new digital record surpassing 5 billion views on YouTube—becoming the first video in the platform’s history to hit that watermark.

As interesting as that may be for pop culture enthusiasts, it holds another very interesting fact for those following data center trends. According to, “Despacito” views burned as much energy as 40,000 U.S. homes use in a year because “every search, click, or streamed video sets several servers to work—a Google search for “Despacito” activates servers in six to eight data centers around the world—consuming very real energy resources.”

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