May 10, 2018
US tech giant Apple scraps plans for Galway data centre
Technology giant Apple has scrapped plans to build a data centre in Galway. The US firm announced in February 2015 that they would invest £747m in the new data centre near Athenry. "In a statement, Apple said:"Several years ago we applied to build a data centre at Athenry. Despite our best efforts, delays in the approval process have forced us to make other plans and we will not be able to move forward with the data centre. Ian Talbot, Chief Executive of Chambers Ireland said: "This morning's announcement by Apple to halt their plans for a data centre in Athenry is disappointing but not surprising."
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