Google Investing $390 Million In Belgium To Upgrade Its Data Center

Posted on Apr 10 2013 - 6:35pm by Editorial Staff

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The search giant Google announced today that it will be investing about $390 million to expand its European operations with making an investment in Belgium, reports Associated Press. The company says the total amount it will spend would be 300 million euros (about $390 million), with upgrading one of the company’s data centers, based in Belgium.

The company is having the data center based in St. Ghislain, southwest of Brussels and employ some 120 employees and is one of the most energy-efficient facilities of its kind. The data centers cater the demand for the European market in Ireland and Finland and with the investment; the expansion will take place and will cope up in better way.

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