On July 1, officials gathered in Southern Nevada to celebrate the start of construction on Google's new data center and Cloud region in Henderson. "Today we're announcing new infrastructure investments in the state of Nevada: a new Google data center and Google Cloud region," said Tariq Shaukat, president, partner and industry platforms of Google, in a statement.

The Mesa City Council approved a development agreement with the multinational technology and Internet services giant, Google. That agreement outlines a potential project which would include a data center and accessory office facilities. "Mesa would be pleased to welcome a global leader in innovation like Google to our community.

Austin has been home to Google for more than a decade and the company is extending its commitment to the state with a new data center in Midlothian, and the lease of two new buildings for its Austin workforce. These new commitments are part of a larger $13 billion investment in offices and data centers across the United States, which was announced earlier in 2019.

NEW ALBANY, Ohio (AP) Google said it plans to build a $600 million data center in an Ohio city, part of $13 billion in planned investments this year. Last December, Google affiliate Montauk Innovations said it was considering New Albany for a data center project in the New Albany International Business Park.

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google plans to invest more than $13 billion this year on new and expanded data centers and offices across the U.S. CEO Sundar Pichai announced the news in a blog post Feb. 13, emphasizing the company's growth outside its Mountain View, Calif., home and across the Midwest and South.

Internet giant Google announced Jan. 16 it plans to build a pair of large-scale solar energy farms to supply electricity to its new data centers in Tennessee and northern Alabama. Located in Hollywood, Ala., and Yum Yum, Tenn., the solar farms will be able to produce around 150 megawatts each, the company said in a blog post.

Silicon Valley is becoming Silicon Nation. Google announced Dec. 17 it will spend more than $1 billion to build a new office complex in New York City that will allow the Internet search giant to double the number of people it employs there. It is the tech industry's latest major expansion beyond the Seattle-San Francisco Bay corridor.

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Crews recently broke ground on Google's latest data center in Bridgeport, Ala. Officials expect the $600 million project to create up to 100 jobs in Jackson County, Area Development reported. Plans for the project were first formally announced in June 2015, Made in Alabama reported.

PRYOR, Okla. (AP) Google is planning to open another four-story data center in Oklahoma, bringing the company's total investment in the state to at least $2.5 billion. The Tulsa World reports that the internet services company announced its plans for the $600 million data center on Feb.

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Google has broken ground on a $600 million data center in Tennessee that will bring 70 to 100 high-tech jobs. Google officials on Feb. 16 announced new and expanding data centers and offices in 14 states, including the Clarksville, Tenn., center.