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Federal Data Center Consolidation: By The Numbers

Go inside the federal government's data center consolidation initiative, which aims to save $5 billion. See who's closing the most data centers, where, and how else the picture is changing.
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The total space of 472 data centers to be closed in 2011 and 2012 exceeds 800,000 square feet. That's more than 18 acres, or the equivalent of about 14 football fields.

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