Apple to open its first data centre in China

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Apple Inc. will establish its first data centre in China to speed up services such as iCloud for local users and abide by laws that require global companies to store information within the country.

The new facility, which will be entirely driven by renewable energy, will be built and run in partnership with Guizhou on the Cloud Big Data, according to Apple. The company will migrate Chinese users’ information, now stored elsewhere, to the new facility in coming months. The data centre is part of a $1 billion investment by the iPhone maker in the province.

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