Georgia’s data centers are able to provide great service with minimal risk of disruption while keeping their operating expenses low. Tax incentives and below-average power costs allow data centers to pass along the savings to their customers, while a high-tech ecosystem keeps data centers competitive – a win-win situation.
Georgia’s built-in high-tech ecosystem makes it attractive for telecom firms like
Google, Quality Technology Services (QTS), AT&T, Hewlett Packard (HP), Internap
and others to do business. Learn more about the data centers in Georgia.
Data centers in Georgia will:
- Mitigate the risk of disruption with a reliable statewide integrated transmission system.
- Increase productivity with a skilled workforce and customized workforce education programs that address the needs of the data center industry.
- Save on operating costs with non-regulated telecommunications services.
- Maintain a competitive edge by developing custom broadband systems, computing and content processing.
Learn more about information technology in Georgia.