Business Insider /r, a platform for sharing data on the activities of other people and businesses, announced it will be moving its entire data center to a new data center in San Francisco.
The move, announced Monday, comes on the heels of another move by the company to move its entire database to a data center outside of the US.
The company said in a statement that the move will allow it to “continue to leverage data and analytics to drive innovation and grow our business.”
This data center, which will be built by Oracle, will be located in San Jose, California.
Business Insider/Alex WongBusiness Insider The move follows the move by Google to a Google Data Center in the San Francisco Bay Area in February, and Amazon’s move to a $1.2 billion data center at its Amazon data center on Long Island in September.
Business Insider/Matt McClainBusiness Insider also revealed that Oracle is moving its data center from New York City to the company’s San Jose data center.
Businesses are also using Oracle’s data center as a data hub to run the backend of its cloud applications.
Oracle’s data centers, which it bought for $5.8 billion in 2016, are a data centre for Oracle’s cloud computing infrastructure, which includes software to manage data.
Oracle is currently building two data centres in the Bay Area, one in New York, and one in San Diego.
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