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New Google Asia servers expected to bring 30% speed boost when they go live later this year

Google Services expected to see 30% performance increase when servers launch in Asia region.

By Charles Gantt on Jan 2, 2013 05:28 am CST - 0 mins, 33 secs reading time

Google is getting closer to turning on its newest servers in Taiwan and Singapore later this year. The company is said to be expecting a 30% performance increase across its full ranges of services when the new servers go live.

New Google Asia servers expected to bring 30% speed boost when they go live later this year | TweakTown.com

The new Singapore data center, started in late 2011 is set to go live in the coming months. Google also broke ground on a Taiwan facility this past April.

India is set to be one of the key beneficiaries of the new data centers. "These data centers will be crucial to the Indian market due to its proximity," Lalitesh Katragadda, country head, India Products at Google, said in an interview.

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