Yahoo Lockport NY

5319 Enterprise Dr

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  • 2010: Construction started
  • As of 2014 the critical power load was 18 MWs.
  • In 2015, Yahoo expanded the site by an additional 7 MW. The expansion cost a total of $168 million.
  • In June 2017, Verizon acquired Yahoo and rebranded the company as Oath.
  • In August 2018, Oath announced a $32 million expansion.
  • In March 2019, Verizon Media announced that it will build a $28 million expansion. If you include the server equipment the additional investment is $241 million. That brings the total investment in the Lockport campus to over $500 million. (Source: Buffalo News)

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Yahoo Lockport NY Data Center Photos

Yahoo's Chicken Coop Design
Source: Stratus Imaging

Yahoo Oath Facility in Lockport
Source: James Neiss

A Yahoo Semi Truck by the Yahoo Chicken Coop Facility in New York
Source: Buffalo News
The Yahoo, AOL, HuffPo mashup known as Oath has been retired. The subsidiary is now known as Verizon Media Group.

Verizon Retired the Oath Brand in 2019
Posted in Yahoo

The Yahoo, AOL, HuffPo mashup known as Oath has been retired. The subsidiary is now known as Verizon Media Group.

Source: Techcrunch

Operating Company

In 2021, Verizon sold Verizon Media to the Apollo Group. The new entity will be known as Yahoo.

Verizon acquired Yahoo in June 2017 and rolled the company into a newly rebranded subsidiary called Oath which included other media brands, AOL, HuffPost, and Techcrunch.

In January 2019, Verizon announced it would retire the Oath brand and rename the subsidiary to Verizon Media.

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4 Markets Served
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