Google’s search giant has been experimenting with a cloud-based data center since at least 2008, but its most recent attempt to launch a Google Data Center (GDAC) was an abrupt and costly failure.

A decade later, Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai is finally turning the tables and launching the company’s new data center.

Google’s data center is an experiment in what’s known as cloud computing.

It’s not a new idea, but Google says its new cloud has more in common with Microsoft Azure than Microsoft’s cloud, which Google purchased in 2018 for $13 billion.

But the new Google Data Centers are a new way to access and store data.

The goal is to offer “unprecedented” speed and storage, Google said, according to a blog post from Google’s VP of engineering, David Karp.

This means Google can store its data more quickly, and the data is also more easily accessible, allowing Google to do things like offer personalized advertising on a webpage.

It also means the new data centers can handle more traffic than previous ones, Google wrote.

Google has been rolling out the data centers to various data centers in California, Nevada, Nevada State, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah and Washington.

Google said that it plans to start delivering data from the new centers in 2018.

“With the new cloud, we’re getting to a point where we’re going to see this as a normal part of the process of growing,” Karp said.

The new data centres are designed to accommodate large data centers, but they can also house data in smaller facilities.

Google is testing the new facilities with a “slimmed-down” data center in the San Francisco Bay Area.

The smaller data center could be in the mountains in Nevada, where Google has a $1.5 billion facility.

The larger data center would be located in the heart of Silicon Valley, in California’s Central Valley, where the company has its data center on San Mateo and other sites.

Karp and his team will spend the next few months looking at what data is available on each of the new Data Centers.

The company will also examine whether to expand its existing facilities in San Francisco and New York City, Karp wrote.

“If we want to scale our operations and reach new users, we need to start taking advantage of this new capability,” Karmp said in a statement.

He added that Google is looking forward to using the data center for “all of the data that we’ve collected and used in the last five years.”

Google plans to roll out the new buildings in 2021.

The first Data Center to open is a small one on the outskirts of Seattle, Washington.

The data center’s main data center will be in a warehouse, which means the facility is “not really the same as what we’re used to,” said Matt Gough, a senior vice president at the tech company.

He noted that it will be “very similar” to Google’s existing data centers.

But it’s still important to keep in mind that Google doesn’t actually store the data itself, Gough said.

It only retrieves data from a database that it manages.

The warehouse is “a big data warehouse,” Gough added.

Google will use the new space for “the vast majority of its storage.”

It will also offer data in other areas, such as “featured services and business intelligence,” Goug said.

Google plans on building data centers that will handle some of the other types of data that are stored in Google’s warehouses.

For example, it will have the capacity to handle a huge amount of “bulk data” that could take years to process.

Google isn’t the only company experimenting with cloud storage.

Facebook, for instance, has a separate data center, called Data Centers 2.0, that will be able to store large amounts of data in the form of videos, photos and other data.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said last month that his company will open Data Centers 1.0 by the end of the year.

The Data Centers will be based at three data centers around the world.

Google and Facebook will be building the Data Centers in a “very secure, efficient and cost-effective way,” Zuckerberg wrote in the post.