The search engine and software monster, Google has unveiled its inaugural Asian data centre in the Asian Pacific nations of Taiwan and Singapore.
The world’s favorite search engine behemoth is eying to double its estimated investment in the Taiwan-based data centre up to 600 million dollars.
As per the citation of News24, one of the upcoming centres is located at an industrial park at Changhua in main Taiwan, and an identical centre situated in Singapore has been also said to be just around the corner.
Google had also declared its plans to build three data centres within the Asian continent, one in Taiwan and the rest of them in Hong Kong and Singapore, but now has retreated to go for Hong Kong because of buyout problems.
Google’s VP of data centres, Joe Kava mentioned that the development in Asia’s internet has been incredible giving the figures for internet users in India which has crossed double of its previous numbers, from 100 million to a whopping 200 million. The same landmark was achieved in the US in a period of six years, he added.