(LAS VEGAS KXNT)– Cobalt Data Centers has opened a state-of-the-art, $25 million facility in the northwest part of the Las Vegas valley. Cobalt CEO Mike Ballard gave U.S. Rep. Steven Horsford a tour of the company’s new W. Cheyenne Avenue data center. Ballard says companies come to cobalt for their high-tech needs. After taking a tour of thew facility, Horsford said he liked what he saw.
Ballard says Cobalt expects to hire up to 25 workers. The new facility cost somewhere around 20-million dollars.