Apple to Start New Data Centre in North China

Apple to Start New Data Centre in North China

Apple has decided to build its first data centre in north China. According to a Chinese analyst, such databases would perform more frequently in the country with the arrival of 5G. Apple to Start New Data Centre in North China

The new data centre will be the company’s second data centre in China. It will be located in Ulanqab, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

Apple to Start New Data Centre in North China

Furthermore, construction work on Apple’s data centre in southwest China’s Guizhou province started in May 2018.

The project of new data centre building is expected to go into operation in 2020. According  to a report, it will offer iCloud services for Apple users in China.

The start of data centres can help solve many problems that domestic iPhone users have encountered. Internet connection errors and data synchronization failures, domestic news portal ce.cn are the main issues.

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