Microsoft announces plan to build data center in Taiwan
Taipei, Oct. 26 (CNA) U.S. multinational tech giant Microsoft announced on Monday a plan to build a data center in Taiwan, along with several other projects focusing on the development of artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud computing.
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