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But in announcing the London centre, it also disclosed plans to open facilities in Finland, the Netherlands and Frankfurt.
"GCP [Google Cloud Platform] customers throughout the British Isles and Western Europe will see significant reductions in latency when they run their workloads in the London region," said product manager Dave Stiver, referring to processing delays caused by the distances data has to travel. Google Has Built a London Data Center For Cloud Computing [bbc.co.uk]
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[edited by: goodroi at 11:03 am (utc) on Mar 17, 2018]
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ok, so why London? why not a smaller city or a rural location?