AT&T announced plans last week to invest $120 million in a new data center in Akron, Ohio, which will expand its 3G network infrastructure and provide a foundation for the launch of 4G services.
The company said the new data center is being constructed inside a former Ohio Bell data center in Akron. The facility will be AT&T’s ninth center dedicated to text and data services for customers in Ohio and along the eastern seaboard.
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