Silicon Republic June 14, 2024
Leigh Mc Gowran

The reported investment plans follows a similar move by AWS, while Microsoft has announced various data centre investments around the world recently.

Microsoft is continuing to expand its data infrastructure empire, as the tech giant is reportedly planning to invest billions into new data centres in the Spanish region of Aragon.

Reuters reports that Aragon’s regional government said Microsoft has applied for a construction permit to build data centres near the city of Zaragoza. The investment is expected to be worth €6.69bn and will be spread out over 10 years – though Microsoft declined to comment on these plans.

These plans follow Microsoft’s announcement that it will invest $2.1bn in Spain over the next two years to expand its AI...

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