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Microsoft unveils plans for first Taiwan cloud data centre region

October 27, 2020

Via: ZDnet

Microsoft is making plans to set up a cloud data centre region in Taiwan, where it is planning a “significant investment” to help develop digital skills for more than 200,000 individuals by 2024. The US software giant also is looking to expand its Azure hardware engineering team, tapping the market as an Asian design hub.

The new cloud data centre region would be its first in Taiwan and part of a global network of 66 cloud regions, Microsoft said in a statement Tuesday. When operational, it would deliver Microsoft Azure with Microsoft 365, while Dynamics 365 and Power Platform services would be added to the mix later.

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