Apple Data Center in North Carolina Approaching Completion

For quite some time, the tech community has been abuzz about Apple’s expansive data center project in North Carolina, a topic of conversation since approximately May 2009.

Reports suggest that the $1 billion development is on the verge of completion, which means we might soon witness the outcomes of Apple’s extensive efforts.

One notable aspect of the development process is that Apple allegedly compensated a family more than $1.7 million for their one-acre property to facilitate this project.

Despite the high price for this small parcel, the overall land acquisition cost for Apple averaged around $35,000 per acre.

The speculation around the data center’s purpose includes potential support for Apple’s streaming media ambitions.

Tj Luoma

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