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Plans For New Data Center In Sioux Falls

July 24, 2014, 4:30 PM by Angela Kennecke

SIOUX FALLS, SD -

A Sioux Falls Data Center is planning a new nearly $1 million building. Dataware Data Center is currently located at 2900 W. 11th Street. Dataware, which started in 2001 is one of the largest public data centers in South Dakota.  

It is planning to build a 12,000 square foot data center at 5501 S. Solberg Avenue.  

Dataware has one center in Sioux Falls and another one in Yankton and provides data hosting, data storage, network monitoring and other IT services to a variety of public and private companies as well as government contractors and agencies.

 

 

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