Archer breaks ground on Gallatin data center

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Archer Datacenters founder and CEO Jordan Milman

A New York-based technology startup has broken ground on a multi-million-dollar data center in Gallatin that will be powered by renewable energy.

Archer Datacenters plans to have construction of its new approximately 55,000-square-foot facility completed next year. It will be located on 30 acres off Gateway Drive in the city’s industrial park across from Beretta U.S.A.’s firearms manufacturing plant.

“We at Archer are incredibly excited to put a shovel in the ground to begin the tangible phase of this journey that started as an idea roughly two years ago,” Archer Datacenters founder and CEO Jordan Milman said during a groundbreaking ceremony Nov. 12. 

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