Apple reportedly plans to build its data center in Hong Kong, near the Shenzhen border. This data center is Apple’s first ever data center in Asia. The reports say that the data centers phase 1 construction is going to begin by 2013 and operations may start by 2015. It has also been reported that Apple had planned of setting up its data center at Tseung Kwan O where datacenters of some of the top notch companies such as Google, Hong Kong Exchange, and NTT Communications are located. But it did not match the scales of construction and market that Apple was looking for. An anonymous report by a bidding contractor mentioned that Apple is reviewing the bids from other firms for the construction of its data centers. The government of Hong Kong had tried to contact Apple, to get a complete insight into the matter. But Apple remained unavailable for comment. Apple has not yet confirmed the news. “We have received inquiries from many enterprises and datacenter operators about the prospect of setting up datacenters in Hong Kong. We have provided information on Hong Kong’s strengths as a location for datacenters, government’s facilitation measures and availability of possible sites. The final decision rests with these enterprises and we are not in a position to make any comment,” the spokesperson responded via email. When InvestHK was enquired about the news, the spokesperson of the company said, “InvestHK is working with a number of foreign companies in the datacenter space. But as with all our clients, we do not comment

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