Apple begins hiring for Oregon data center

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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Apple has begun advertising new job listings for engineers to staff the new Prineville iCloud data center.

The jump in Prineville hiring could indicate that Apple is close to bringing its iCloud data center that's based there online. Apple began construction of the facility in October, clearing and flattening the land where the two 338,000 square-foot buildings would eventually stand.

Land preparation and construction are thought to have cost Apple around $68 million. Including server hardware, construction costs, and labor costs, the facility is expected to cost in the hundreds of millions, and perhaps billions, of dollars.

Read more at AppleInsider.

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