Like Ireland, Iceland looks to data centres for new revenue source
Ireland has made huge strides pitching itself as a top-class location for data centres but Iceland too is pitching itself as a strong competitor.
Ireland has made huge strides pitching itself as a top-class location for data centres.
Last month, Microsoft announced that it is to invest an additional $130 million (€98 million) to expand its Dublin data centre.
And last September Google Ireland has announced plans to invest €75 million in a new data centre in Dublin.
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