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Technology in the Heartland An ideal geographical location and low operating costs are just a few of the reasons to make Nebraska your technology headquarters.

Power. Telecom. Security.

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This 80 acre municipal owned site is comfortably located just 25 miles from the Omaha Metro and 35 minutes from the Eppley Airfield. 10MW are available with rates as low as 4.5 cents per kWh. Infrastructure is on site and competitive local incentives are available. Fremont is ready to break ground!

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The site, atop country’s largest aquifer, offers significant free\green cooling. With 200+ acres data center zoned, ED controlled land, large and fully redundant substation onsite, and Gensler recommended infrastructure, your company can be moving dirt in 10 days. Plus millions in local incentives. Home of University of Nebraska at Kearney.

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Up to 100 MW of power available with rates as low as 4.7 cents per kWh on 151+ acres. Up to 6800 hours of air side free cooling and up to 4900 hours of water side free cooling.

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South Sioux City

Planned onsite “telecom hotel” served by 8 carriers. Up to 70 MW of power to the 240 acre site with rates are 4.5 cents per kWh or less. 65% to 76% free cooling available.

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Cosentry’s Nebraska data center gets LEED Gold

Becomes one of 21 data centers nationwide to receive certification 1 March 2014 by DatacenterDynamics FOCUS Cosentry’s Omaha-Midlands data center Cosentry has received LEED Gold certification for its data center in the Omaha, Nebraska, area from the US Green Building Council. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is a rating system for energy efficient

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Geist announces the launch of Geist Upgradeable at Data Center World

By Geeks News Desk Published: February 25, 2014 LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ Geist announces the launch of the Geist Upgradeable power strip. This innovative solution offers scalable monitoring features that evolve with the demands of a data center. The unit may be installed initially as a basic power strip and upgraded at a

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Omaha-Bluffs area touted as good spot for data centers

By BARBARA SODERLIN and CINDY GONZALEZ WORLD-HERALD STAFF WRITERS Published: April 20, 2013 The chilly breeze blowing through Omaha on Friday was just one reason the Omaha-Council Bluffs metro area is well-positioned for the continued expansion and addition of data centers, experts told a gathering of real estate professionals. Cool conditions, which lower energy costs

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