Facebook announced plans this week to build its second owned and operated data center in the State of North Carolina.
In a joint announcement with North Carolina Governor Bev Purdue, the social networking giant said it chose Forest City in Rutherford County for the site of a $450 million data center after a detailed search for locations along the east coast.
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