Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced the company’s investment plans for the U.S. throughout 2019 in a recent blog post, revealing major expansions in 14 states and a new wave of investments of more than $13 billion in new data centers and offices across the country. Following these investments in the Midwest, South, Northeast, and West, Google is expected to expand its footprint over a total of 24 states across the U.S. by the end of the year. 2019 will be the second consecutive year in which Google will expand faster outside of the Bay Area than in it, following last year’s round of investments worth $9 billion. This year, $13 billion will be invested in the construction of new data centers and offices while expanding existing ones across the country. The company expects more than 10,000 construction jobs to be created by this endeavor in various states including Nebraska, Nevada, Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Virginia. In the Midwest, the tech giant will develop new data centers in Nebraska and Ohio, while expanding existing ones in Chicago. Meanwhile, in the coming months, the offices in Wisconsin will be relocated into a larger space. In the South, Google’s workforce in… Read full this story
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