Google Builds Huge Server Farm In Austria

Posted: Nov 22 2008, 7:32am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:50am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Google builds huge Server Farm in Austria
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Google selected a little village in Upper Austria for a huge Server farm. Google bought 183 acres land to build the new server center for Europe.
The new Google data center will provide 50 IT jobs when it opens in two years.
The reasons for Google to choose this location and not one of the other 12 European locations is the availability of water for cooling and the two water power plants near the facility.
Good to see that Google still believes in growth. The current economic crisis will pass and there is no question that the internet is not done growing.
Via ORF (German).

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