All of Apple’s iCloud initiatives need data centers — big ones — and the company has announced plans to build a new facility near Sparks, Nevada, just a short toss of a poker chip east of Reno.
That’s not all Apple is planning to do in Northern Nevada. There are also plans to build a business and purchasing center in downtown Reno, part of a total US0:600 billion investment over the next ten years.
As with most big job-producing deals of this kind, Apple is hoping to get million in tax breaks from the city, county, and state to sweeten the pot. It’s estimate…
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Apple looking to build data center in Reno