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Microsoft To Build Datacenter in Southern Virginia

What? There's a Southern Virginia now? We thought that outside of the D.C. area, Virginia was just kind of a myth... Only kidding. We at RCPU love Virginia. It's gorgeous. And it's going to be home to a new Microsoft datacenter (although how it beat out your editor's native state of Texas, we'll never know).

Posted by Lee Pender on September 02, 2010


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