NTT Data has announced that it is pursuing a demonstration testing of film-type perovskite solar cells installed on the exterior walls of buildings in collaboration with Sekisui Chemical Co., Ltd. This is reportedly aligned with the company's pursuit of environmental measures for its data cen...
Company: NTT Data
Region: South Central US
Country: United States
Region: North America
In January 2019, GI Partners bought the more than 1 million-square-foot office and tech complex at 2300 W. Plano Parkway near Bush Turnpike.
NTT Data acquired the campus in 2016 when it bought the former Perot Systems IT services operation from Austin-based Dell in a deal valued at more than $3 billion. Japan-based NTT Data has its North American headquarters in Plano at the Legacy business park.
The groundwater underneath the NTT Data property on Plano Parkway is considered unsafe for human consumption, but is not thought to pose a threat to the residential neighborhoods north of the property, according to an independent analysis.
Although Dell is working with state regulators, the groundwater contamination is thought to have occurred before a Ross Perot company, PSC Management, bought the property in 2000. At some point before that, the property was owned by Atlantic Richfield Company, an oil company.