IBM invests $300 million to build 13 data centers in India, Paris and more

IBM is investing $300 million to build 13 new data centers that will help customers around the world recover from disaster by storing their data remotely in a cloud-based storage model.The data centers, to be built this year, will be spread worldwide in locations including Hong Kong, Tokyo, Paris, London, Beijing, Poland, Italy, New Jersey, […]

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IBM is investing $300 million to build 13 new data centers that will help customers around the world recover from disaster by storing their data remotely in a cloud-based storage model.

The data centers, to be built this year, will be spread worldwide in locations including Hong Kong, Tokyo, Paris, London, Beijing, Poland, Italy, New Jersey, Germany, Brazil, India and South Africa.

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