Apple is going to establish its first data center in China to speed up its services like iCloud for the Apple users. Apple is entirely going to use the renewable energy for its new facility and will build this facility in partnership with Guizhou on the Cloud Big Data.
Apple also stated in a messaged statement that it would migrate the Chinese users’ information to this new data center which is previously stored elsewhere and also said that it would be done with the new Data Center in coming months. The data center will be driven by the new measures set by Apple to force companies to store information within the country.
Apple said that the company has an extreme data privacy and security protections in place and there will be no backdoors in the new data center systems. The new data center will also allow users to get better data speed than before.
Apple further added, “The addition of this data center will allow us to improve the speed and reliability of our products and services while also complying with newly passed regulations.” Apple’s partner who was co-founded by the Guizhou’s government has already promoted the province as the country’s data center capital.