By Reece Ristau, Omaha World-Herald
Omaha’s growing sector of data centers will add a major name to its ranks now that Google has announced plans to bring a data center to the state. A map on the tech giant’s website indicated the center will be in the Omaha area. The Nebraska facility was announced as part of a national expansion plan by Google, which will invest more than $13 billion in 2019 in data centers and offices across the country, according to a statement. Continue reading here.
ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDED READING
- Google announces plans for Nebraska data center, Lincoln Journal Star
- Google to create data center in Nebraska; excites smaller tech companies, KETV
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