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Google Global Backbone Network?
...for search services and...?
sean




msg:1237717
 3:40 pm on Jan 17, 2005 (gmt 0)

Light Reading is reporting [lightreading.com] an interesting job opening at Google:

"The ad in question, found in the Yahoo Inc. jobs database, of all places, says Google is looking for a Strategic Negotiator for Global Infrastructure. The duties such an individual would take on include: "Identification, selection, and negotiation of dark fiber contracts both in metropolitan areas and over long distances as part of development of a global backbone network;"

Strategic Negotiator, Global Infrastructure: Google Inc. (hotjobs.yahoo.com) [hotjobs.yahoo.com]

 

monten




msg:1237718
 2:48 pm on Jan 18, 2005 (gmt 0)

Google Broadband

Google should and will diversify its revenue model. They remember the Netscape's doom and they won't repeat the same mistake. The advertising model won't be enough in the future. Why? The click fraud and the new aggressive players in the search field are the main threats. Google Mini is part of the transformational process. What's next? Can we say Google Broadband?

[divedi.blogspot.com...]

MovingOnUp




msg:1237719
 6:14 pm on Jan 18, 2005 (gmt 0)

Here's another more active discussion on this:

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