The Associated Press
DAYTON, Ohio - LexisNexis plans to build a new data center in Springfield, a move expected to create 80 or more jobs within the next three years.
"Building this new computing and research and development space is essential to supporting our expansion as a global company," LexisNexis CEO Bill Pardue said Thursday.
The facility is designed to host online products, provide data-management services and serve as a physical backup to the company's current data center in Miami Township.
The 60,000-square-foot facility will be built on 40 acres on the west side of Springfield.
LexisNexis, which provides online legal and business information, employs 3,100 workers in the area.
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