After Apple announced its first data center at China last year, now the site Xinhua released more details about his construction.
As part of the $ 1 billion investment plan in the province of Guizhou, the first data center Ma Chinese is mainly intended to feed iCloud services to have a glorious 67 hectares (or 670,000m) and, it seems, to be ready to go into operation in 2020.
The area where it will be built in Guizhou is one of the least developed regions in China and has therefore become fertile ground for many data centers, mainly for its climate, energy source and network infrastructure.
However, Ma's operations in the country will not end by: according to Reuters, another data center be built in the country, in the city of Ulanqab, located in the autonomous region of Inner Mongolia.
Gradually, Apple is adapting to the laws of the country, in order not to lose anything in the largest smartphone market in the world.
via Apple World Today: 1, 2