Google Modular Data center

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The Google Modular Data Center is a set of data center containers used by Google as its servers. They were revealed on April 1, 2009, during the first Google Data Center Efficiency Summit in Mountain View, California. [1] The data centers are rumored to cost $600 million USD each, and use from 50 to 103 megawatts of electricity. [2]

Locations

The rumored locations of Google's various data centers are as follows: [3] [4]

United States:

  • Mountain View, California
  • Pleasanton, California
  • San Jose, California
  • Los Angeles, California
  • Palo Alto, California
  • Seattle, Washington
  • Portland, Oregon
  • The Dalles, Oregon
  • Chicago, Illnois
  • Atlanta, Georgia. (two sites)
  • Reston, Virginia
  • Ashburn, Virginia
  • Virginia Beach, Virginia
  • Houston, Texas
  • Miami, Florida
  • Lenoir, North Carolina
  • Goose Creek, South Carolina
  • Pryor, Oklahoma (Under construction, delayed)
  • Council Bluffs, Iowa (Under construction)

Global:

  • Toronto, Canada
  • Berlin, Germany
  • Frankfurt, Germany
  • Munich, Germany
  • Zurich, Switzerland
  • Groningen, Netherlands
  • Mons, Belgium
  • Eemshaven, Netherlands
  • Paris, France
  • London, UK
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • Milan, Italy
  • Moscow, Russia
  • Sao Paolo, Brazil
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Hong Kong, China
  • Beijing, China

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