Hon Hai completes steel frame for data center dome in Wisconsin

Focus Taiwan
Date: 09/19/2020
By: Chang Chien-chung and Frances Huang

A graphic visualization of the data center once its construction is completed / File photo courtesy of Hon Hai

Taipei, Sept. 19 (CNA) The steel frame for a 100-foot high-performance computing data center globe (HPCDC) that is being built in the U.S. state of Wisconsin by Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. of Taiwan has been completed.

In a statement released in Wisconsin Thursday, Hon Hai said that with the completion of the frame, the installation of 642 glass panels will begin soon.

Hon Hai, also known as Foxconn in the global market, said that so far, it has invested US$750 million in the project, which will cost an estimated US$10 billion.

Hon Hai's US$10 billion includes a sixth generation flat panel complex (Gen 6 Fab) in Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park (WVSTP) in Mount Pleasant Village.   [FULL  STORY]

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