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30 03 2017 01

Ford Motor Company announced a $200 million investment to build a new data center in Flat Rock—the second of two in Michigan—as it braces for an estimated 1,000 percent increase in data usage due to the creation of new connections between automotive and computer technology.

The company formed Ford Smart Mobility a year ago to grow its leadership in the connectivity, manufacturing and support of electric and driverless cars. And, Ford would be hard-pressed to succeed in the digital revolution without adequate infrastructure for storage, processing and integration of the 200 petabytes coming its way by 2021.

“Ford Smart Mobility and expanding into mobility services are significant growth opportunities,” President and CEO Mark Fields wrote in a post on the company’s website. “Our plan is to quickly become part of the growing transportation services market, which already accounts for $5.4 trillion in annual revenue.”

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