Massachusetts broke ground this week on a $110 million data center that will serve as a secure housing facility for the state’s electronic records and as a backup to the state’s primary data center.
The 148,000 square foot facility is being built in Springfield and is designed to serve as a model for energy efficiency and sustainable building design.
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