Google to Invest $2 Billion in Malaysia for AI, First Data Center

Google has committed $2 billion in investments in Malaysia, including building its first data center, a new Google Cloud region and further developing artificial intelligence. Read More...

Google to invest $2 billion in data centre and cloud services in Malaysia

Google will invest $2 billion in Malaysia to develop its first data centre and Google Cloud region in the country, the unit of Alphabet said on Thursday, the latest in a wave of expansion by global tech firms into Southeast Asia. The government said the investment would advance Malaysia’s digital ambitions, and the artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities and other advanced technologies would help local industry move up the global value chain.With a young tech-savvy population of 670 million, Southeast Asia has been attracting plenty of interest and investment recently from technology giants including Microsoft, Amazon, Nvidia and Apple.


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