Google’s Global Footprint of Data Centers and Subsea Cables



Google’s Global Footprint of Data Centers and Subsea Cables
A presentation by Dan Golding followed by Fireside Chat with Dan hosted by Vinay Nagpal

Presenter:
Dan Golding, Director, Network Infrastructure and Tech Site Lead, Google

Host:
Vinay Nagpal, President, InterGlobix; Executive Director, IEIC

About Dan Golding:
Dan provides technical, project, and people leadership across the cloud, data centers, and Internet sectors. Dan’s unique expertise is in providing engineering, product, and operations vision at the intersection of cloudscale data centers and networks. Dan is a strategy, operations, and engineering executive with a broad range of industry experience, with expertise extending from the highly technical to the operational, and deep into finance.

Google Data Centers Overview:
Google owns and operates data centers all over the world, helping to keep the internet humming 24/7. Learn how our relentless focus on innovation has made our data centers some of the most high-performing, secure, reliable, and efficient data centers in the world.

Google Subsea Cables Overview:
Google is the largest owner and investor in submarine cable networks globally. Upon announcing its latest investment of the private Equiano subsea cable system, Google has invested in 16 subsea cable systems, with approximately 120,000km cable length in a total. Between 2016 and 2018, Google invested US$47 billion in capex to improve Google Could infrastructure which includes 134 points of presence (PoP) and 14 subsea cable investments globally.

Agenda:
9:00 – 9:05 AM | Opening Remarks by Committee Chair, James Leach
9:05 – 9:10 AM | Topic & Presenter Introduction by Host, Vinay Nagpal
9:10 – 9:40 AM | Presentation by Presenter, Dan Golding
9:40 – 9:50 AM | Fireside chat with Dan Golding hosted

When
4/22/2021 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Where
Zoom Link will be emailed to registrants.
 

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