Google Cloud Expands to Four New Regions

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Google Cloud Expands to Four New Regions

As a part of global expansion, Google has announced its plans to open data centers in four new regions including, Delhi (India), Doha (Qatar), Melbourne, and Toronto. The new additions will bring Google Cloud’s total footprint to 26 regions.

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The company previously announced that it would open regions in Jakarta, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Seoul and Warsaw over the course of the next year. Google Cloud already has a presence in India, Australia, and Canada, but the new data centers will enable it to offer two geographically separate regions in each country.


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