Microsoft has revealed plans to build a second data center in the Quincy area of central Washington State early this year, as it looks to expand its cloud computing capabilities.

In a company blog, Kevin Timmons, general manager of data services for Microsoft, said the new Quincy facility will build on key learnings gained from recent data centers the company has opened in Chicago, Ill., and Dublin, Ireland.

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