Google Allegedly Launching Floating Data Centers Off U.S. Coasts

Posted on October 28, 2013 by .

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Google is already known as a pioneer of the internet either way you slice up their company. Being a user of one of the largest data centers in the world, Google is a paramount in the usage of computing power that inevitably needs to expand on a consistent basis. With that said, Google has reportedly set out to launch a floating data center off of U.S. Coasts, which will be cooled and powered by the ocean.

According to a CNET investigative report, evidence discovered suggests that the internet search-engine company giant has plans to build out what is called “Building 3” on Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay. The building is said to be a mysterious 4-story building structure on a barge.

Back in 2008 and 2009 Google files and was granted a patent that describes a data center on a ship that is perpetually powered by ocean currents and uses sea water to cool the servers.

Just the idea of this alone is simply astonishing and too bad right now all way have to go on is the investigative reporting and the so-called ‘findings’ made. Maybe very soon, potentially within the next few weeks ahead, you can use Google to actually find out about Google’s plans to create their monumental and evolutionary new floating data center that is ever-so efficient.

The first image below is of the new data center being built all out on its own platform-barge. The other image below is one of an actual Google Maps of the alleged new data center sourced from this large hanger area.

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