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Q.396

Nicknamed "The Blackberry Crumble", a significant portion of Research in Motion's Blackberry service was down for up to three days in Oct. 2011, causing a great deal of inconvenience and consternation among users.

The problem was caused due to failures in a data center in England. This is situated in a town in England which has always been the butt of jokes because of its association with dull corporate culture, made even more notorious for being the setting of the British mockumentary "The Office".

Which town in England?

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