Google Inc. holding Google, and oil Corporation Saudi Aramco are in talks about creating Saudi Arabia’s high-tech center, writes The Wall Street Journal, citing informed sources.

According to sources, negotiations have been underway for several months and relate, inter alia, the establishment of a number of data processing centers (DPC).

However, it is unclear who will own these data centers and what information they will handle. When the deal’s done and for how long, also is unclear.

In any case, such a partnership with one of the largest companies in the world will help the development of technology in Saudi Arabia. That is the purpose in front of the Kingdom’s crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the strategy, Vision 2030, aimed at reducing dependence on energy exports .