Hong Kong may be site of Apple’s first Asian data centre

Macworld Australia Staff
24 September, 2012
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Apple is planning to build its first Asian data centre in Hong Kong next year, according to a 9to5Mac report.

The website based the claim on a conversation with “a bidding contractor employee” who spoke on condition of anonymity.

“We were told that construction is to begin in Q1 2013,” in the New Territories region of Hong Kong near the Shenzhen, China, border, the site said, “and it will likely take over a year for operations to start in the data center. The aim is to have it operational by 2015, which is the same time that Apple’s Spaceship Campus 2 is scheduled to go online.”

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