CNET's Veronica Belmont toured the cutting-edge data center at Lucasfilm in San Francisco. From Web sites to e-mail to graphic rendering, all the bytes pass through here at this high-tech movie production company.
By ZDNet Staff
| January 27, 2007 -- 00:13 GMT (16:13 PST)
| Topic: Data Centers
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