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This is an address for one of the closest Schaumburg colocation centers:
- 432 E. State Parkway
Schaumburg is in Cook County and is only about twenty-eight miles from Chicago and just ten miles from the O’Hare Airport. The village’s population in 2010 was 74,227. The area where Schaumburg lies today has been a popular region since long before the European settlers came to the area. The earliest inhabitants were members of the Potawatomi and Kickapoo tribes. Other settlers started to come into the area in the 1830s, and the community grew from there. It became an incorporated village in 1956.
The village is home to a number of companies. The Cancer Treatment Centers of America have their headquarters there, and it happens to be the home of the eleventh largest mall in the United States. The mall has more than 300 stores and employs more than 3,200 people. Other important companies in the area include Zurich Insurance Group, Genworth Financial, and Nation Pizza Products. Schaumburg is important to the tech community too. Companies such as IBM, Verizon Wireless, Comcast, and Motorola have offices there. The village is actually the world headquarters for Motorola.