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Recently, over 50 companies from Taiwan's Information and Communications Technology sector and service industries launched an alliance in order to get a share of the growing market of cloud computing. Outsourcing the online data storage and applications, that is, Cloud Computing, is to effectively lower operational costs and systematic risks of the companies explained Chunghwa Telecom Co. Chairman Lu Shyue-ching at the inauguration of the Taiwan Cloud Computing Consortium in Taipei.

The inaugural ceremony showcased cloud computing applications in personalized Internet TV, personal health care, education, street image and video conferencing and featured a mobile data center developed by Taiwan's Inventec Corp., the world's largest server maker. Richard Lee, chairman of the company and deputy head of the consortium, told that the center, that looks like a container, can accommodate 576 servers and 1,200 hard drives.

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