Google to invest $690 million for new data center in Denmark

Google is beefing up its presence in Denmark. This development marks the second purchase of a plot by Google in as many years.

On Tuesday, the Danish unit of Alphabet Inc’s Google announced, it plans on investing $690 million (4.5 billion Danish crowns) to build a new data center in Fredericia, Denmark.

The announcement comes in the wake of Google buying another plot in Denmark, right besides its plot in Fredericia and next to one on which Apple Inc plans on building a data center.


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