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Nevada Touts Data Centers as Key to Revival

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Nevada officials want your data to stay in Vegas. Or perhaps Reno, or other areas of the state, which is touting data centers as a growth sector as it seeks to diversify its economy. That effort, built atop the success of the SuperNAP in Las Vegas, has gained momentum from Apple’s decision to build a huge server farm near Reno. Read More

SuperNAP Featured on CBS Evening News

The massive SuperNAP data center was in the spotlight last Thursday evening when it was featured in a report on the CBS Evening News. Switch, the colocation company that built the SuperNAP, is being cited as a symbol of the possible growth industries for Las Vegas. Read More

Switch Building Bigger With SuperNAP Expansion

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Barely two years after completing its massive SuperNAP, Las Vegas data center specialist Switch is building again. The company has begun construction on two new facilities on its Las Vegas campus that will add 600,000 square feet of data center space in 2012. Read More

An Epic Super-Sizing for the SuperNAP

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Switch plans to build an additional 1.6 million square feet of high-density mission-critical space on land adjacent to its SuperNAP, creating an immense data center hub in Las Vegas spanning more than 2 million square feet.
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