Yahoo! opens 'data center' in La Vista, Nebraska and 'call center' in Omaha

Jerry Yang, Scott Noteboom were joined by Governor Dave Heineman of Nebraska, Mayor Douglas Kindig of La Vista, Attorney General Jon Bruning and Nebraska Congressman Lee Terry, and hundreds of guests, to celebrate the grand opening of Yahoo!’s new state-of-the-art data center in La Vista, Nebraska and new call center in Omaha. “We’re so grateful […]

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Jerry Yang, Scott Noteboom were joined by Governor Dave Heineman of Nebraska, Mayor Douglas Kindig of La Vista, Attorney General Jon Bruning and Nebraska Congressman Lee Terry, and hundreds of guests, to celebrate the grand opening of Yahoo!’s new state-of-the-art data center in La Vista, Nebraska and new call center in Omaha. “We’re so grateful to the residents and local businesses in Nebraska with whom we couldn’t have succeeded without their support. Yahoo! serves billions of advertisements each day and services more than 600 million users from around the world each month and this data center is just one of many we’re building that’ll streamline our efficiency, while helping the planet. Yahoo! thanks Nebraska for being a part of the next phase of growth for the Internet,” noted David Dibble.

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