China is building world’s highest-altitude cloud computing data centre in Tibet’s capital Lhasa to meet the storage needs of country, Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan. The data centre, costing over $1.80B, will be located at an altitude of around 3,656 mt above the sea level. The project, to be operational in 2021, will provide services such as video rendering, autonomous driving, distance-learning data backup, etc and will be operated by the Ningsuan Technology Group.

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