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  1. Google Building East Coast Tech Mecca? NYC Office Building Bought for $1.9 Billion

    Because it was originally the Port Authority headquarters, 111 Eighth Avenue's infrastructure is unusually suitable for data centers. We assume that Google may add its own servers in the building. About a quarter of the building's tenants are data...

  2. I'm Google, And I've Just Found...The Internet

    Google seeks to take the internet to the seas by placing shipping containers filled with data centers on barges or other platforms. Google wants to use the splashing of waves up against the barge to create energy to power the data centers.

  3. When's an Outage More than Just an Outage?

    If you're dealing with more than 300,000 visitors a day, it may be necessary to have multiple data centers across your market. It may also be beneficial to use a DNS service that will ensure your information is broadcast on a regular basis, thus if...

  4. Google Rankings Depend On Data Center, Geographic Location & Personalization

    Data Centers: Depending on the search engine, especially Google, you may hit a data center that has a different set of indexed pages or a slightly different algorithm. Google has multiple data centers in order to help return you a quicker response...

  5. Video: Eric Schmidt Lectures at Stanford's Business School

    At 4:50, "All of Google's Data Centers have gone bankrupt" Opens with slides of early Google computers and servers. I just discovered an archived version (RealVideo) of a lecture E.S.gave at the Stanford Graduate School of Business in April 2004.

  6. Ask the Search Engine: Paid Placement vs. Paid Inclusion

    Running a crawler-based engine, for example, requires thousands of servers, multiple data centers with fault-tolerant systems, tons of bandwidth to continuously crawl and facilitate queries, and a killer operations staff; the associated costs can...

  7. Google Gets Bigger, Fresher, Offers Better News

    The company says it currently runs four data centers, two on the West Coast of the United States and two on the East Coast. For example, European users would tend to get results from one of the East Coast data centers.

  8. Google Unveils More of the Invisible Web

    Google is gradually rolling out the capability to its data centers around the world. The new file formats are available at two of Google's data centers immediately, and will be fully accessible worldwide by early next week, according to Google...