Amazon plans to invest almost 2.5 billion euros (which is the US $3.04 billion) in new data centers in the northern region of Aragon, Spanish. It will open in mid-2022, the company noted on its websites recently.
The cloud computing service unit of the tech giant, Amazon Web Services will supply the amount over a period of ten years. The deal includes the construction of the centers, capital expenditure, equipment imports, and operating expenses – including the salaries of the workers the company will hire in that area.
Amazon Web Services has had a presence in Spain since early 2012 and it is building more bases to be able to host data in Spain for its consumers who require it.