Google has announced that it is expanding its data centre in Singapore with the addition of a second large multi-level data centre next to its current site. The move was prompted by a significant increase in data usage in Singapore and across the globe. It also comes barely 18 months after Google’s first data storage
Apple has unveiled plans to build a $2 billion data centre in Mesa, Arizona, which is also the location of its failed sapphire manufacturing plant.
On Tuesday, Google unveiled plans to invest around $773 million over the next four years to build a new data centre in the Netherlands.