Datacenters to follow developed markets in Asia

This week, Oracle announced its first datacenter in Singapore, to be one of only three for the company in Asia. The project was launched to cater to rising demand for cloud-based services in the APAC region. The company claimed the location was chosen because of "excellent telecommunications infr...

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