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TOTOWA, NJ-After many companies found their digital operations and power sources literally swamped or rendered useless for days in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the market for free-standing data centers seems to be rejuvenating in New Jersey, according to brokers.

In what has already been a small flurry of recent deals, one data center company signed a long-term lease expansion in Secaucus while another bought a former Roche distribution center in Totowa to make into a state-of-the-art facility with its own substation.

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