Google is bringing two new data centers online in 2020

Google is bringing two new data centers online in 2020

April 9th, 2019|Tags: , , |

On Tuesday April 9, 2019, Ron Miller at TechCrunch wrote:
At Google Cloud Next today, the company announced it is bringing two brand new data centers online in the 2020 timeframe with one in Seoul, South Korea and one in Salt Lake City, Utah. The company, like many of its web scale peers, has had the data center building pedal to the medal over the [&hell…

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