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A week in tech, June 26-July 2

A roundup of the latest technology news.
Japan

Telecommunications
KVH Co, a telecommunications services provider owned by US investment firm Fidelity, will construct a large data centre in the Japanese city of Inzai, in Chiba Prefecture, at an estimated cost of Ñ20 billion-Ñ40 billion $185.8 million-$371.5 million. KVH intends to tap demand among businesses looking to outsource information technology operations. The company acquired a plot of land from the government-affiliated Urban Renaissance Agency in Chiba New Town, which is home to data centres for many financial institutions. The six-story data centre will cover half the lot, and will be expanded as demand grows. Expected to come on stream in spring 2010, the facility will initially have a floor space of 30,000...
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