Apple is building its second data center in Denmark, according to Reuters, citing Apple itself as the source. Like Apple’s other data centers, this one will also be powered entirely by renewable energy. Apple has committed to having 100% of its global operations powered by renewable energy. This data center will be located in Aabenraa, a town in southern Denmark near the German border, and Apple plans to open it in the second quarter of 2019. It will drive the company’s iTunes Store, App Store, iMessage, Maps, and Siri in Europe.

Check It Out: Apple Building 2nd Data Center in Denmark, Will Be Powered by Renewable Energy

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  1. Bryan Chaffin

    My apologies, hendersondonald. This data center is in denmark, and I’ve corrected the article. Thanks for note!

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