At least they're staying in Bryan, but I'm not sure how this will benefit the state in the long run.
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The Bryan center, developed by a private partner, would host applications and network operations for business customers on-site, he said. Texas A&M has initially allocated 30 acres for the center, though the space could increase. He said he expects some proposals to include anchor tenants in business or research.