Apple Is Building A New $1 Billion Data Center In Reno, Nevada

Looks like Apple is at it again. This time in Reno. Apple is set to invest in a huge $1 billion data center in Reno, Nevaga similar to their iCloud center in North Carolina

The recent news comes from The Reno Gazette-Journal who says Apple is willing to invest over $1 billion over 10 years to build the new data center.

Today, the Washoe County Board of Commissioners is considering abatements for Apple’s planned data center in the Reno Technology Park, located east of Sparks along Interstate 80.

Mike Folks, an Apple spokesman, said the company planning for the project to become operational later this year.

“We’re looking at a 30-year relationship,” Folks told commissioners.

The new data center is dubbed Project Jonathan (after Jony Ive maybe?), and is expected to generate 400 construction jobs, 41 full-time and 200 contractor opening. Way to go Apple! Hopefully they keep Greenpeace happy on this new center.

Looks like Apple’s doing some hefty job creating!

Source: Reno Gazette-Journal via Cult of Mac

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  1. uodiyala

    January 17, 2018 at 7:07 pm

    426895 301025Fascinating point of view. Im curious to believe what type of impact this would have globally? Sometimes men and women get just a little upset with global expansion. Ill be around soon to look at your response. 959973


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