Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Tulsa among Least Expensive Data Center Cities

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Tulsa among Least Expensive Data Center Cities

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TULSA - Tulsa is among the least expensive markets for constructing, commissioning and operating a 5-megawatt enterprise data center over a 10-year period, due to its increased tax incentives for enterprise data centers and its low power, facility construction, and land costs, according to a new report from CBRE Group Inc.

The CBRE study modeled the cost of constructing, commissioning and operating a 5-MW data center for 10 years across 30 U.S. markets, and categorized markets into three cost bands (low, moderate and high) according to analysis of specific cost components including tax incentives, power, construction, land and labor.

"Tulsa has seen success in the data center market because companies recognize the favorable financial, business and government climate we offer," said Dwayne Flynn, a vice president with CBRE in Tulsa. …

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