Microsoft plans $7.16 bn investment to develop new data centres in Spain

Microsoft, the second largest Cloud service provider, plans to invest 6.69 billion euros ($7.16 billion) in 10 years to develop new data centres in Spain’s northeastern region of Aragon.
Microsoft storesAragon’s regional government said the U.S. tech giant had applied for a construction permit to build data centres at a site outside the city of Zaragoza.

Microsoft recently announced a 2.1 billion euro investment in data centres in Madrid.

Amazon, the #1 Cloud service provider, announced last month it would invest 15.7 billion euros over the next 10 years to build data centres in Aragon. Amazon aims to power its data centres with renewable energy. The Aragon region has a large wind power capacity.

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