Officials in Oneida County are making a play to attract a $125 million computer chip research facility proposed last week by IBM Corp. and the University at Albany. . . .At least Utica-Rome is getting some positive press in the Capital District and "no decisions have been made."
It appears that Albany and the Capital Region would be a logical choice for the facility, but that hasn't been determined, NanoCollege spokesman Steve Janack said. Rensselaer County has also been talked about as a possible site.
"No decisions have been made about location for a facility, or anything along those lines," Janack said. "The intent of the investment is to create opportunity across upstate New York. Clearly no decisions have been made."
Thursday, July 24, 2008
Tug-O-War Over Chip Plant (2)
In a follow up to last Friday's post on the chip plant "Tug-O-War" the Albany Times-Union reports: