By making space for a server, home owners have their bills paid for and help the environment

Despite all our futuristic gizmos and gadgets, there's still one piece of technology that can get cumbersome: a high-performing server. From laboratories to gaming companies, there are a number of organizations that rely on servers that take up a decent amount of space—and produce a significant amount of heat.

Nerdalize came up with an idea: since some companies don't need to have the servers right in front of them, why not place them in someone's home for heat? The high-performance servers could carry out their usual actions but serve an environmentally-friendly purpose at the same time.

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