The State of Texas and IBM have reached an agreement to address an $863 million data center project that has fallen behind schedule, state officials announced.
The State and IBM have been in negotiations over the last several months to find a way to make progress on the mammoth data center project. The project, launched in 2006, was awarded to IBM to consolidate the State’s 31 data centers into two facilities in San Angelo and Austin.
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