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Scotland's bid to become a major data center hub moved forward today as Lockerbie Data Centres (LDC) said it is ready to submit plans for approval for an £800 million data center.
Further north in Caithness, the Atlantic Resources Corporation, which is being backed by Morgan Stanley, said Norwegian state owned renewable energy company Stakraft has signed on as a partner for the project.
The plan is to build a giant data center that is fully powered by tidal energy by 2012.
The Lockerbie site is one of two in the area. The other is being led by Internet Villages International.