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Google Announces $1.7 Billion Investment in Central Ohio

It intends to build three new data centers in the area

In New Albany on August 28, 2023, two of Ohio's congressmen joined Lt. Gov. Jon Husted to announce the expansion of Google's footprint in the area. Between data centers in New Albany, Columbus and Lancaster, the search giant plans to invest $1.7 billion this year in technical infrastructure in Ohio.

The initiative only adds to a boom in Central Ohio tech investment following announcement of an Intel semiconductor fab nearby.

"Ohio is establishing itself as a premier destination for technology investment, and it further strengthens our case that Ohio is becoming the tech capital of the Midwest," Husted said.

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