Google announces new data centers in Ohio

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Google is expanding in Ohio with two new data centers in Columbus and Lancaster, according to details announced Wednesday morning alongside Gov. Mike DeWine.

“In addition to New Albany, in 2021 we announced land purchases in Lancaster and Columbus for future growth opportunities,” said Mark Isakowitz, Google VP of Public Affairs and Public Policy. “Today is the announcement that is the next part of that journey. I am here today to announce the exciting news that Google is turning both the Columbus and Lancaster sites into fully operational data sites.”

The company says this brings their total investment in the state to more than $2 billion.

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