Internet turns to 30-year-old and how can we imagine internet without Google? Certainly impossible, so to make Google more powerful and the services offered by the search giant more faster, the company is all set to make all the Google services faster by about 30 percent in India. All the services include YouTube, Gmail, Translate, Google+ and more will possibly become 30 percent faster as the US based search giant is going to establish data centres in several Asian regions as Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Lalitesh Katragadda, country head, India Products at Google states about the news while addressing the media and says;
“Internet connectivity speed in India is not very high. These data centres will be crucial to this market due to its proximity.”
The work on new Asian data centres began in the year 2011, Singapore based data centre is expected to be live in the early months of the year 2013 while the Taiwanese data centre will be up in the later months. The information for Hong Kong based data centre is yet to be out by the company. Google is spending about $300 million (Rs.1,600 crores approx.) on all these centres to make all the services more efficient and easy to access in the Asian region, especially south Asian region.
In the year 2007, Google started discovering locations in Asia continent and considered sites in Malaysia, Japan, South Korea, India and Vietnam. Due to the high-temperature and climate conditions in India, Google prepared their minds to choose some other sites and selected the appropriate.
Besides the Asian data centres, Google has seven data centres in US and one each in Finland, Belgium and Ireland. All the regions located near to the data centres surfs faster to the data as compared to the others. So are you ready to surf Google services at a faster speed?