Photo: IBM

Photo: IBM

Last modified: 28/10/2013

IBM opens first cloud computing centre in Barcelona

The ICT multinational has invested six million euro in its new Cerdanyola del Vallès facilities.

IBM has launched its first cloud computing centre in Spain in the metropolitan area of Barcelona. The technology multinational has invested six million euro in new cutting-edge facilities in Cerdanyola del Vallès.

There are just nine such IBM specialised facilities worldwide, and the new centre in Barcelona will meet customer demand from around the world. It will also house one of the Government of Catalonia's four data processing centres.

The move shows Barcelona's strength in the ICT sector, with central Barcelona and the wider metropolitan area now highly attractive for international companies.

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