Alphabet’s Google stated it has purchased a plot of land in southern Denmark adjoining to a deliberate Apple information centre to ensure it has the choice of establishing one there too.
Apple stated in July it will spend round $950 million (more or less Rs. 6,184 crores) to construct a centre with a deliberate opening in 2019. If Google follows swimsuit it will make the realm one of the vital global’s biggest information centre hubs, the native municipality Aabenraa stated.
“This is great news,” Denmark’s power minister Lars Christian Lilleholt advised Reuters on Friday.
“It signals that Google has plans in Denmark, and I think it’s because we have some of Europe’s lowest power prices for companies, some of the greenest energy, and a high security of supply,” he stated in a phone interview.
Facebook in January introduced plans to construct a knowledge centre in Odense in central Denmark, its 3rd outdoor of the United States.
Besides its new 131 hectare (324 acres) plot in Aabenraa Google additionally owns a 73 plot in Fredericia, 80 kilometres (50 miles) north of Aabenraa.
Google has no plans for the so much but, however sought after to protected the likelihood to extend its information centres in Europe if required, a spokeswoman advised Reuters.
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