- Alphabet is talking to Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil company Aramco about building a “tech hub” in the Middle East.
- According to The Wall Street Journal, Alphabet would build data centers in the region.
Google’s parent company Alphabet is exploring a deal with Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil company Aramco to build data centers in the Middle East, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday .
The report says Alphabet wants to help Aramco build a “tech hub” in the region as competition from other companies like Amazon heats up.
The deal is not finalized, and a partnership may never materialize, the report says.0