While Facebook has over 240 billion photos on its site, a much smaller percentage of those pics are actually being viewed. For the remaining billions of photos, Facebook is developing a three 16,000 square foot locations, each holding an exabyte of data, cold storage data facility in Oregon. While this new location will allow the social network to save 33 percent on energy costs compared to the standard servers, it will also slow down how fast these archived images can be viewed. The social network played down the lag time, by stating it was “a matter of seconds, or milliseconds.”  [Source: The Oregonian]