Monday, 15 June 2015

Facebook to invest €200 million in Ireland data Centre


The World's leading social Media company Facebook is planning to put it €200 million($224 million) investments into Data Centre which will be powered mostly by renewable power energy. This move is one of the biggest done by Facebook in Ireland after creating it huge duplin offices.

The Facebook data Centre is designed to cover over 50 000 meter squared which will be Facebook second data centre to be built after the data centre which was earlier built in Lulea, Sweden.  The Irish data centre is expected to increase the number of Ireland's Facebook employees to over 1000 according to a data that was shared by Mashable research team. The data centre is planned to be located in in Clonee a small town situated in the West of Duplin the home of the Facebook Europe centre, the plans for the Centre has been confirmed by the Irish government as they will be supporting the development of Facebook Irish data Center.

This Investment by Facebook has attracted the eyes of the world which has made Ireland to be seen as the biggest data centre investment country after the Tech giants Apple were reported to build a $1,9 Billion data centre within the west coast of Ireland in a town of Athenry  which will also be entirely be powered by renewable energy.



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