INX, an infrastructure and professional services company, announced they have been selected to design and build a data center for a "major web-based company".
The press release reports that their client is moving their data center from a remote location, to a site closer to their headquarters. This kind of goes back to my tangent on disaster recover and site selection -- people want their infrastructure close to their primary offices; presumably so they can put their hands on it and see it in person.
INX is based in Houston, TX, but recently acquired Select, Inc., a similar company based in Canton, MA
Check out the press release here