Microsoft's Dublin Data Centre Live

Microsoft opened its first ‘mega data centre’ in Dublin, Europe to meet continued growth in demand for its Online, Live and Cloud services. The $500 million total investment is part of Microsoft’s long-term commitment in the region, and is a major step in realising Microsoft’s Software plus Services strategy. The data centre increases hardware utilisation, reduces use of […]

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Microsoft opened its first ‘mega data centre’ in Dublin, Europe to meet continued growth in demand for its Online, Live and Cloud services. The $500 million total investment is part of Microsoft’s long-term commitment in the region, and is a major step in realising Microsoft’s Software plus Services strategy. The data centre increases hardware utilisation, reduces use of resources like water and electricity and reduces waste material. The data centre is the next evolutionary step in Microsoft’s commitment to thoughtfully building its cloud computing capacity and network infrastructure throughout the region to meet the demand generated from its Online, Live Services and Cloud Services, such as Bing, Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite, Windows Live, and the Azure Services Platform.

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