Microsoft is planning to build a two-building, 632K SF data center campus in San Jose as part of its global goal to build up to 100 hyperscale facilities each year.

The tech giant has filed plans to build the complex on 22 vacant acres at the intersection of Orchard Parkway and Component Drive near the Guadalupe River.

Jack Rogers

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