Google joins New Albany high-tech crowd with $600 million data center

Google has broken ground on its $600 million data center in New Albany, joining fellow tech giants Amazon and Facebook with centers in the Columbus suburb. The region has become a hub for data centers that benefit from being close together, much like distribution centers in central Ohio.

The stage was set for Google’s $600 million New Albany data center in 2014, when Amazon announced a $1.1 billion investment for central Ohio.

Amazon’s decision then to build data centers in New Albany, Hilliard and Dublin drew attention.

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Story excerpt provided by The Columbus Dispatch.

Written by Mark Williams.

Originally published November 3, 2019.

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