IBM invests $38 million to build Asia Pacific Cloud Computing Data Center

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Keywords Cloud computing IBM data center data Center Asia Pacific "> Beijing time March 8 Morning News, IBM announced on March 7 that it would invest $38 million in Singapore to build a new IBM Asia-Pacific Cloud Computing data Center. This data center will effectively leverage the capabilities of cloud computing to provide solutions and quality services to IBM's customer enterprises.

The new data Center also extends IBM's Global Cloud Computing network to the Asia Pacific region. There are also IBM cloud computing centers in Germany, the United States and Canada, and IBM also has 13 cloud computing laboratories worldwide, including 7 laboratories in China, India, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Singapore in the Asia Pacific region.

The plan is expected to be implemented in April. The new cloud Computing data Center will enable IBM to provide customers with a full range of IBM Shipping services and technical support through the company's cloud computing support facility.


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