Apple announced that it will invest $2 billion, converting the old sapphire factory into a new data center in Mesa, Arizona, on Monday. According to a report from CNBC, citing a news release from Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, the location will serve as a command center for the company’s global networks and is projected to employ 150 full-time Apple employees. It will create as many as 500 construction and trade jobs. Apple is planning to wholly power the facility with renewable energy and will be adding solar projects as part of the build out.