Empty data centres multiply in China's far-flung provinces

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Empty data centres multiply in China's far-flung provinces

High-tech ghost towns and digital bridges to nowhere.

Remote Chinese provinces are building more data centres in deserts and isolated valleys to house powerful computers and servers, but with users scarce, many risk becoming high-tech ghost towns and digital bridges to nowhere. Beijing is set to spend more than US$400 billion this year on ...

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