Google to invest $2 billion in Malaysia to build data center to meet AI demand

The Google logo hangs outside one of its offices on August 31, 2021.

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Google on Thursday said it will invest $2 billion in Malaysia as demand for AI and cloud services grows.

“This investment furthers our partnership with the Malaysian government to advance its ‘cloud first policy,’ which includes the best cybersecurity standards,” said Ruth Porat, president, CFO and CIO of Alphabet and Google, in a statement.

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