Compute North: Wolf Hollow: Compute North Starts Work on its 300MW Facility in Granbury, Texas

Apr 12, 2022 | Posted by Abdul-Rahman Oladimeji

Compute North has announced that it has started constructing its 300MW data center. The facility is located at a gas-fired power plant in the lone star state of Texas. The CEO and co-founder of the company, Dave Perrill, said Compute North is thrilled to break ground on its new data center. He noted that the company is building the next generation of data centers that will meet the next generation’s unprecedented needs due to the high demand for stable energy greed and energy efficiency. 

According to Compute North, the facility can be scaled to 600MW upon full build-out. Chris Coffman, Granbury’s City Manager, was also happy about the development. He revealed that the city is delighted to have a fantastic new employer of labor in the neighborhood. Coffman also noted that Compute North would also be part of the community by supporting existing non-profit organizations besides providing great jobs.
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