Electrical Issues Stall NSA Data Warehouse Opening

By Brady Mccombs and Paul Foy

File - A June 6, 2013, file photo, is an aerial view of the cooling units at the NSA's Utah Data Center in Bluffdale, Utah. Electrical failures are complicating the opening of the National Security Agencyís largest data storage center. Rocky Mountain Power says it determined the electrical problems are the fault of the NSA data center and not the power grid. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is a follow-up on the story ” Utah Home To NSA’s New Mega-Warehouse For Data” that appeared in the June 2013 Issue of The Chief Engineer.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – Electrical problems have stalled the planned opening this fall of the nation’s new $1.7 billion epicenter for fighting global cyber threats – a Utah data center filled with super-powered computers designed to store massive amounts of classified information.

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