Apple is building a data center in China to meet new government requirements

Last month, China drew some inspiration from Russia and passed a new law, requiring that foreign companies must store their data, related to Chinese operations, in the country itself. A lot of firms opposed the law, but it seems that Apple is not among them.

The Cupertino tech giant today announced that it will be building a new data center in the southern province of Guizhou, China. The new facilities are part of a planned $1 billion investment into the province, on Apple’s part.

“The addition of this data center will allow us to improve the speed and reliability …

from PhoneArena – News
via Telephone Engineers

from Blogger
via Telephone Engineer Warrington


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