Monday, February 27, 2006

Apple's secret plan? points out that Apple purchased a Tier IV data center, "What Apple plans to do with the Data Center remains up for speculation." It wasn't cheap. Apple is reported to paid $45M to $50M.

We'll see tomorrow if this is part of Apple's plan to bring movie downloads to iTunes, but it might be that Apple needs the data center for more boring reasons, such as hosting it's websites, hosting iTunes music and TV shows, or hosting financial transactions like all that credit card data processing that gets put into iTunes.

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