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27 February 2014 by Yevgeniy Sverdlik - DatacenterDynamics
Apple has filed for permits to add multiple buildings at its data center campus in Reno, California. The four new “data cluster” buildings will total 103,000 sq ft, Reno Gazette-Journal reported, citing permit paperwork and a local building official.
2 July 2013 by Penny Jones - DatacenterDynamics
Apple is staying true to its promise to move to 100% renewable energy, putting plans in place for a large solar farm in Reno, US, where it is building a giant data center.
It is working with local utility NV Energy to build the solar farm in Northern Nevada on 167 acres of land which will provide 18 to 20MW of power for its data center in the Reno Technology Park, managed by the Unique Infrastructure Group.
19 July 2012 by Yevgeniy Sverdlik - DatacenterDynamics
NJVC, a company that has traditionally provided data center services to the US government’s intelligence and defense agencies, is expanding its target market to include financial services, energy and healthcare verticals. Simultaneously expanding its data center infrastructure, the company has launched a data center in Reno, Nevada.
Reno Technology Park: the details
27 June 2012 by Yevgeniy Sverdlik - DatacenterDynamics
Energy, specifically cheap renewable energy, is the emphasis at Reno Technology Park (RTP), the massive development in Reno, Nevada, where Apple has chosen to build its next data center.
26 June 2012 by Yevgeniy Sverdlik - DatacenterDynamics
Apple is planning to build a large data center campus at a new technology park near Reno, Nevada. The park provides access to many sources of electricity, including power feeds that reach across state lines and into Canada, but no decisions on what Apple’s power mix in Reno is going to be have been made public.