[UPDATED] U.S. tech giant says the launch will meet rising demand for cloud, offering software-as-a-service and serving customers in Asia. The facility is its third in the region, with the first two in Australia.
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Japanese company customizes Singapore data center to be power and cost efficient, as well as offer customers the server capacity they are asking for.
Web users in Asia can experience Google's services at an estimated 30 percent faster speeds once new data centers in Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong, come online this year.
Taiwanese PC maker says the new facilities will bump its datacenter count to six worldwide, and will provide customers better cloud services even as demand for such services grow.
Highly efficient data centers help organizations free up more manpower to then focus on IT projects that boost competitiveness.