Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Facebook picks Ohio for its latest data center

Facebook has selected New Albany, Ohio as the location for its 10th major data center. New Albany is a town of about 8,500 people located in the geographic center of Ohio, about 20 miles to the northeast of Columbus, and at an elevation of 1,000 feet.


Like Facebook's other recent data center projects, this new facility will be powered 100% by renewable energy and it will used Open Compute Project architecture and principles, including direct evaporative cooling by outdoor air.

The New Albany data center will be 900,000 square feet in size and located on a 22 acre parcel. Media reports stated that Facebook plans to invest $750 million in the project. The New Albany data center is expected to go online in 2019.

https://www.facebook.com/NewAlbanyDataCenter/?fref=mentions

Locations of Facebook data centers:

  • Prineville, Oregon
  • Forest City, North Carolina
  • Luleå, Sweden
  • Altoona, Iowa
  • Fort Worth, Texas
  • Clonee, Ireland
  • Los Lunas, (New Mexico
  • Odense, Denmark (announced Jan 2017)


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