In 2022, Facebook plans to open in Singapore the first in Asia data center, which will be supplied with electricity from renewable sources, The Wall Street Journal writes. It is planned that the company will spend more than $1 billion to create a data center. The magazine notes that in modern conditions the list of states capable of providing the necessary infrastructure for data center creation and data transmission freedom is being reduced. At the same time, Singapore is increasing its efforts to monitor the misuse of networks and has a reliable infrastructure for the construction of data centers.
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