Finland

Finland: Internet Is Now A “Human Right”

July 1, 2010
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As of today, July 1st, Internet has become a “human right” in Finland. The government has decided that everybody in Finland should have access to at least 1 Mbit/s downstream, except around 2,000 homes located too far from built-up areas. The 1 Mbit/s connection is not directly to each home though, but the law states […]

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Google To Build Data Centers in Scandinavia

March 9, 2010
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Sometime this summer, Google will open up a brand new data center in the old paper factory in Hamina, Finland. Google is also considering opening up data centers in Sweden. The Finnish data center will employ 50 people and will contain “thousands” of servers. More information than that, is not available at this time. It’s […]

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