Google CEO Eric Schmidt talks about Google’s data center competitive advantage. Read More
Google CEO Eric Schmidt talks about Google’s data center competitive advantage.
The NY Times explores the economic impact of Google’s new data center project in Lenoir, N.C., a struggling town with a furniture-driven economy.
Google’s first servers are the ungainly prototype for the massive roll-your-own infrastructure that was to follow.
Awareness of the economic development benefits of large data center projects is on the rise, even among bloggers.
Google’s projects in the Carolinas were in the news this weekend.
Google spent $1.9 billion on capital expenditures in 2006, primarily for data centers and related equipment. Read More
Google spent $1.9 billion on capital expenditures in 2006, primarily for data centers and related equipment.
Google is apparently planning not one but TWO enormous data centers in Sout Carolina.
Google has picked Lenoir, North Carolina as the site of a $600 million data center.
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