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Quanta sees data center demand from likes of Amazon, Google

Taiwan tech company says no way to move consumer gadgets assembly to US

Quanta said it would recruit up to 1,000 more staff this year to cope with the boom in artificial intelligence and data centers next year (Photo by Cheng Ting-fang)

TAOYUAN, Taiwan -- Taiwan's Quanta Computer on Thursday said it expects double digit growth in its data center business this year and next, thanks to emerging applications in artificial intelligence.

The tech company based in the northern Taiwanese city of Taoyuan supplies data center servers to global internet companies such as Amazon, Google, Facebook and Microsoft. It also makes Apple Watch and Macbooks.

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