Apple Hosted A Groundbreaking Ceremony For Its First Chinese Data Center In Guizhou, China

In January of this year, Apple has announced that data stored in iCloud accounts in China will be moved from US servers to servers in China, and Chinese servers will be fully represented by local companies in Guizhou. The relocation work begins on February 28.

As of now, all the migrations have been completed. Today, we also learned that the Apple has hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the first China data center on Friday, which will be located in Gui'an New Area, Guizhou Province.

It’s expected that the center to offer iCloud services on the mainland China by 2020. The under constructing building will be jointly built by Apple and Guizhou-Cloud Big Data (GCBD), and it's said to cover about 67 hectares in Guian New Area.

Isabel Ge Mahe, Apple's vice president and managing director for Greater China spoke about the project during China International Big Data Industry Expo 2018 in Guizhou that data stored in iCloud will reduce delays, improve stability, and enhance the iCloud user experience.

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