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Facebook to build its Fifth Data Center at Fort Worth


Facebook has planned to develop a data center at Fort Worth. Facebook, based in Menlo Park, Calif., has been expanding its infrastructure to meet its protracted audience. It boasts 1.5 billion users, as well several million more users of its Messenger and Instagram products.

Gov. Greg Abbott said Monday that he will join local officials on Tuesday morning at a site in the Alliance industrial park in north Fort Worth for “the groundbreaking ceremony for a new Facebook Data Center.”

State filings, however, connected Facebook to the project, and some details are known. The project will consist of three 250,000-square-foot buildings on a 110-acre site.

If all goes well then the Fort Worth data center will be the company’s fifth.


Niloy Banerjee

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