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Apple unveils iCloud data centre in China…

Finally, Apple unveils iCloud data centre….

Apple is American multinational technology company, that designs, develops and sells consumer electronics, computer software and online services.

 

 

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Apple has unveiled strategy to build a data centre in China to store its local iCloud customers’ personal information, this happens to be first of its kind by foreign technology company following the obligation of strict new cyber-security laws within the country.

 

The USA titan stated that it became partner with an internet service provider in southwestern Guizhou province on the project, in order to “enhance the speed and reliability of our products and services even as to comply with newly passed policies.”

 

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It also emerged to be referring to the June 1 implementation of a new regulation that, among other things, requires for tech companies to store user within the country.

 

In addition, some of the foreign firms have stated that the law is ominously unclear on key provisions and expressed situation over the prospective impact on their business in the world’s 2nd-largest economy.

 

Besides, the law further tightens Chinese curbs on web content, banning the publishing of anything that “disturbs economic or social order” or is aimed at defeating the government.

 

However Apple issued a statement towards allay fears that data-security could one way or the other be monitored or compromised by China’s government or other parties.

 

“Apple has strong data privacy and security protections in place and no backdoors might be created into any of our systems,” it said released on Wednesday.

The company did not provide any financial details of the project, but China’s state-run Xinhua news agency stated that it was became part of a $1 billion investment.

 

 

 

According to research, China has millions of people using Smartphones and is a significant marketplace for Apple, whose iPhones are well-known in the country.

Fu Liang who is a Beijing-based independent telecom analyst, stated that more foreign data centres are expected under the cyber-security legislation.

“The new rule requires this key information to be put in China. The boundary is very clear,” Fu Liang stated.

 

He also stated that the ramification for Apple and other companies could be higher prices and potentially greater restrictions under Chinese law.

 

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“For (Apple) customers, the good aspect is their user experience such as download speed will improve however the drawback is that their access to overseas services and resources will be decreased,” said Fu.

 

“It is going to be more difficult for them to get access to services that aren’t allowed in China now.”

 

Computer and data security has end up to be a top international concern following latest cyber attacks which include the global ransomware contagion in May which affected government, academic, industrial and other computing systems in over 150 countries.

 

Also, the 6-month-old administration US President Donald Trump has been dogged via allegations that his candidacy benefited from Russian hacking toward discrediting his campaign opponent Hillary Clinton.

 

The finger has additionally pointed at Moscow for interference in the current French elections, and Germany’s domestic security watchdog warned previous week that the country would probably face Russian Cyberattacks heading into September’s general election.

 

Great achievement by a technology company, Apple unveils iCloud data centre.

 

 

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4 comments

  1. I didn’t know for any of these; I am not really familiar with chinese legislations. It’s great to learn something tonight!xx corinne

  2. This sounds like a good thing. I’ve always been impressed with Apple products though I’m still figuring out the cloud, ha.

  3. Wow what an amazing looking data centre I always hope the things I store on the cloud are held securely.

  4. It’s good, they won’t allow any back door systems, privacy is so important with something like this. I wonder if they’ll build another if everything goes well with this one.

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