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IBM will create a data center in South Korea

IBM plans to create a data center in South Korea, according to IA RUSKOR.

While no decision has been made on the exact location, it is already known that at least 20 000 servers will be located in the center. The company intends to create data centers in 10 regions of the world, including Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania. Currently, IBM has Asia's only regional data center in Hong Kong.

This year, Microsoft announced the similar plans to create a data center in South Korea.

IT companies prefer South Korea rather than Japan or China due to more favorable location and climatic conditions, less susceptibility to natural disasters. In addition, the country has relatively cheap electricity and qualified personnel.

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