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Quanta expanding capacity to tap strong server demand in US, Europe

Exec says current chip leaders will face stiff competition in data center market

Quanta is well-known as a major notebook PC and Macbook maker, but its cloud business in data centers for Google, Amazon and Facebook is growing rapidly.

TAIPEI -- Taiwan's Quanta Computer will expand its assembly lines for data center servers in both the U.S. and Europe next year to meet robust demand, a senior company executive said Friday.

Mike Yang, Quanta's senior vice president and chief of the company's cloud business, said all data centers in the future will include AI features.

"We will continue to expand our U.S. sites next year and we plan to triple our capacity in a new facility near our previous plant in the western German city of Aachen," Mike Yang, senior vice president of Quanta, told reporters on the sidelines of a tech forum in Taipei.

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