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telco hotel
 n.— «“I live in Chula Vista. For me to get to the closest data center, it’s a 45-minute drive on a typical day,” he said. And, those San Diego data centers are filling up. Most are clustered at Scranton Road in La Jolla and Complex Drive in Kearny Mesa, commonly called “telco hotels,” he says.» —“Revenues Rise, Data Center Becomes Hospitable Host” by Ned Randolph CIO Today Dec. 1, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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