Google opens its first two data centers in Asia

by bold-lichterman

To cope with the strong growth of the Internet in Asia, Google announced the opening of two new data centers in the region.

Located in Taiwan and Singapore, they will allow Internet users to enjoy faster services and easier access to all of the Mountain View giant’s services. The company specifies that growth on the continent forced it to adapt accordingly.

“The number of Internet users in India has doubled, from 100 million to 200 million. It took six years to reach this milestone in the United States. Between July and September of this year, more than 60 million people in Asia converted to mobile Internet for the first time, ”says Joe Kava, vice president in charge of data centers.

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