Oracle opens underground Israel cloud data centre

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Oracle opens underground Israel cloud data centre

Built to withstand rocket attacks.

Oracle opened the first of two planned public cloud centres in Israel on Wednesday, enabling companies and other Israeli customers to keep their data on local servers rather than rely on other countries. The underground data centre is nine floors - about 50 metres - below one of Jerusalem's ...

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