Google spent $204 million on data center expenses in the second quarter of 2006, up from $181 million last year. That spending will accelerate in coming quarters, the company says.
Google's VP of network operations talks about servers and energy efficiency. Custom power supplies are key.
Is Google's dark fiber strategy driven by a long-range plan to roll out a national IPv6 network?
Today's fromt-page New York Time story on Google's data centers should prompt wider understanding of the critical role these facilities will play in the evolution of the Internet economy.
As TV and movies go online, the growth of Google Video and similar services will boost demand for data center space. Here are the industry players best positioned to benefit from the trend.
Google has reportedly leased 270,000 square feet of space at 111 Eighth Avenue, the prominent New York carrier hotel.
Google has been awarded a patent on a cable management system for rack-mounted servers.