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Google looking at building another data centre in Texas

Friday 19 July 2019 | 11:47 CET | News
After announcing it was expanding in Texas's Midlothian, Google is now looking to build another data centre in Texas, and that it was looking at Red Oak, in Ellis County, the Waxahachie Daily Light reported. Red Oak is a city of 13,000 people located not far from Dallas and Fort Worth, the Register noted. Google is apparently looking at 166 acres along State Highway 342.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Google
Countries: United States
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