Google has opened the doors to its data centers, allowing a photographer and a journalist access to a previously secret world for the first time.
The photographer, Connie Zhou, has captured a series of images for a new Google website, Where the Internet Lives.You can simply see these photos and gallery by visiting the Google Data Center Page Where the Internet Lives.
Today Google reveals ‘top secret’ data centres that act as beating heart of the digital age
- Inside glimpse of data centers powering Google
- Google Search Engine indexes 20 billion web pages a day
- Google Handles more than 3 billion daily search queries
|Mike Barham swaps out a motherboard. When server parts break,
(Courtesy Google’s Data Center Gallery.
The Google Data Center site features photos from inside the Google Data Servers some of the eight data centres that Google already has running in the US, Finland and Belgium. Google is also building data centres in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and Chile.