Microsoft to expand cloud service into Australia

Microsoft plans on building two cloud computing centers in Australia.

Microsoft is building two new cloud computing centers in Australia in a move to expand its Windows Azure business into the country, Yahoo News is reporting.

The data centers will be built in the states of New South Wales and Victoria.

Windows Azure has around 200,000 customers, but Microsoft has not released any revenue numbers, Yahoo News reported.

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