The colocation company, Cascade Divide, is planning to build a new datacentre in the town of Bend, located in Deschutes County in Oregon.
The new facility is to be located at 213 S.W. Columbia St, a building which Cascade acquired in 2012. Planning documents submitted to city officials outline a proposal which includes four, 5,600-sq ft data pods.
John Warta, Cascade Divide's chairman told local media that the first data pod could be operational as early as April and that eventually, Cascade Divide could install 10 to 12 data pods in the building. Cascade Divide are due to meet with town officials to discuss the proposal in the next couple of weeks.
Earlier this year, the company opened a 14,400-sq ft datacentre in the town of Roseburg. Oregon.
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