Jan 8th 2018- Tweet
There is a huge opportunity to rethink training for jobs. With technology changing rapidly and new job areas emerging and transforming constantly, we need to focus on making lightweight, continuous education widely available.
2.5 BILLION Dollar Plan
Just A Week Over 2 Months Later And The Ambitious CEO Has Not Only Started Working With Udacity To Provide A Growth In Education. He also put Google on CNBC Headlines With Plan's To Unveil Data Centers; That Will Employee an Estimated 20,000 New Employees!
ALPHABET's DATA Center Plan's
Create and Expand Office's in these 14 states
California, Colorado, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, Washington
google currently employee's rufly 1,900 people in there current data center's and is taking a bold leap especially in a economy that is "Running on one router" -As Eligh Musk Would put it.
- At a ceremony Friday afternoon, Google CEO Sundar Pichai will highlight 14 states where it plans to increase its investments.
- The company plans to spend $2.5 billion over the next several years to build new data centers.
- At a groundbreaking ceremony for a new data center in Tennessee, Google will flesh out the details of its plan to increase its investments across the United States.
The company is pouring money into 14 states across the country and hiring thousands of new employees, CEO Sundar Pichai will announce in Clarksville, Tennessee, on Friday afternoon.
Pichai described Alphabet's plans to expand its footprint outside the Bay Area during the company's Q4 earnings call, but today released new information as to where its new offices and data centers will be located.
Google will invest $2.5 billion over the next few years to open or expand data centers in Alabama, Oregon, Tennessee, Virginia and Oklahoma, and is constructing new offices or expanding existing ones in nine states:. The company estimates that about 1,900 people work directly on its data center campuses.
These investments will bring Google's footprint to 21 states, with data centers in six.