Eemshaven gets 2nd data centre

Wednesday 11 July 2012 | 09:59 CET | News
A second data centre will come to Eemshaven in the province of Groningen, RTV Noord reported. The municipality of Eemsmond has received an accelerated approval from the province to expand the business park by 40 hectares. Google already has a large data centre in Eemshaven. The location is attractive because there is a power plant which that can instantly deliver its goods without transportation. A trans-Atlantic fibre cable also has its landing spot there.

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Companies: Google
Countries: Netherlands
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