After Oracle, Amazon and Microsoft comes Google. Today the new Google Cloud region was inaugurated in Milan in collaboration with Tim. This is the first of the two regions, the second will be launched in Turin in the coming months. The cloud regions are structures intended to host cloud infrastructure to offer customers smarter analysis tools, network services, data processing, management and storage and big data and an open and secure platform, connected to Google’s private network, to have access global to all Google Cloud Platform services. Italy is the first country in the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa) to host two Google Cloud Regions. Bases of this type are already present in Europe in London, Zurich, Frankfurt, Belgium, the Netherlands and Finland.
The impact of the Google cloud in Italy
According to a recent independent study carried out by the University of Turin, they could potentially generate up to 3.3 billion euros of economic impact and help create up to 65,000 new jobs by 2025 locally, in Piedmont and Lombardy. di Milano joins the global network made up of 34 regions and 103 zones, through which Google Cloud provides services to users in over 200 countries and territories worldwide.