Apple’s $1B Irish data center finally approved, 2.5 years after it was announced
Apple has finally been granted permission to build its €850M ($1B) European data center in Ireland, more than two-and-a-half years after it was first announced. The decision was made by Ireland’s High Court this morning, after a lengthy planning battle.
High Court rules in favour of Apple’s plan for Athenry data centreRTE.ie
Apple’s $1 billion data center gets Irish High Court green lightReuters
High Court rules Apple data centre in Athenry can proceedIrish Examiner
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