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Google's S'pore data centre starts rolling

US$120m hub is the latest in build-ups of such facilities here

Published Sun, Dec 15, 2013 · 10:00 PM
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GOOGLE'S data centre in Singapore went live last week, almost exactly two years after the search giant broke ground on the 2.45-hectare site in Jurong West.

The US$120 million facility is the latest in build-ups of data centres here as global tech companies choose to serve the region from Singapore-based centres.

For years, Microsoft's primary cloud data centre for the region has been based here while cloud giant Amazon started serving the Asia Pacific from Singapore since 2010.

BP has one of its four mega data centres in the world here, opened in 2005.

An indication of the number of data cent…

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