By ET Bureau - October 11, 2022 1 Mins Read
Google has announced that by 2023, it would establish its first data center in Japan. The business announced that this data center will be based in Inzai City, Chiba, and that it will be funded by a $730 million infrastructure fund that will last until 2024.
After Singapore and Taiwan, this is the company’s third data center in Asia. This new data center, according to the company, will give users “faster, more dependable access to our tools and services, support economic activity and jobs, and connect Japan to the rest of the global digital economy. To support local companies with storage and infrastructure needs, Google already has cloud regions in Tokyo and Osaka. In order to power these regions for Google Cloud customers, the company collaborates with colocation facility providers like Equinix.
However, it is currently building its own data center to support all of its own services, such as YouTube, Gmail, and the rest.
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