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Vora Technology Center

Vora Technology Center or Vora Technology Park is in Knightsbridge, the former Champion Papers office complex, at the southeast corner of Knightsbridge Drive and Neilan Boulevard, along the Great Miami River. The 366,000 square foot center is on a 55-acre campus near Miami University Hamilton. It was acquired Jan. 20, 2005, by Mahendra Vora and Timothy B. Matthews for $6 million from Harry T. Wilks, who had purchased it from Champion International. The building had been closed since 2001. At March 25, 2005, dedication ceremonies attended by Gov. Bob Taft it was described as "complete with a state-of-the-art data center, broadband infrastructure and fiber optic network" and "designed to be one of the best disaster recovery back-up centers in the nation." (See Knightsbridge)

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