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Apple’s builds its newest data center in Prineville, Oregon

“Apple is finally breaking earth in Prineville, Oregon on the 160-acre data center site the company purchased back in February right down the street from Facebook’s Prineville data center”.

The original cost of the development is just $68 million, but if Apple builds out both buildings, it will cost hundreds of millions of dollars, and possibly as high as a billion, which is the amount that Apple plans to spend in total.

Once the facility is complete, it will join the existing data centers in Newark (California), North Carolina, a planned data center in Nevada, and another in Hong Kong.

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