Posted on Wednesday, 4 April 2012 by zhoe blesinki
Google Inc. is building new data centers in Taiwan to meet the rapidly growing online demand in Asia. This data center is the third data center in Asia after Hong Kong and Singapore.
Three data centers worth U.S. $ 700 million investment that will provide faster access for users and more reliable access to various Google products.
Giant internet search , Google, said the Taiwan facility was built in the west of Changhua. The plan, a data center in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore as well, can run in 2013.
Google president of Asia-Pacific said Daniel Alegre infrastructure investments are intended to help companies meet the enormous potential of Internet use in Asia.
"Many new Internet users coming online every day here in Asia than anywhere else in the world. They are looking for information and entertainment, new business opportunities, and better ways to connect with friends and family," he said, Wednesday, April 4, 2012.
Google's three data centers in Asia will join the six data centers in the U.S. and two in Europe. The data center is a secure facility with thousands of computers that store and serve large amounts of information.
Google touted the new data center is environmentally friendly, in part through the use of nighttime cooling and thermal energy storage system that cools water at night.
"During the day when Taiwan is heating up, especially in summer, and the more expensive to produce, we will distribute chilled water throughout the facility to keep cool," Google said in a statement
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