Google (GOOG -0.1%) says it will invest $300M in a Hong Kong data center set to come online in...


Google (GOOG -0.1%) says it will invest $300M in a Hong Kong data center set to come online in 2013 as it looks keeps up with capacity demand in the region. It's another example of one the big boys setting up their own server farms (I, II) - instead of fanning it out to firms such as Verizon's (VZ -0.9%) Terremark unit.

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