Water. Power. Data. AI.

What made Niagara Falls famous now makes it perfect for data centers and related technology

Western New York has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity … and Niagara Falls is at its center.

As the Artificial Intelligence (AI) revolution creates unprecedented demand for cutting edge data centers, Niagara Falls, NY — with an abundance of water, power, and infrastructure — is perfectly situated to meet this spiraling demand.

While data centers can be built anywhere around the globe, Niagara Falls and the surrounding region stand out. Thanks to the most famous waterfalls in the world, Niagara Falls is home to the third largest hydroelectric facility in the United States.

Very few cities have the opportunity to find themselves at the forefront of revolutionary change. Niagara Falls can become an epicenter of data, technology, related industries for generations to come, providing local government with millions of dollars in tax revenues, jobs, and technological advancement.

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