All about cables: A guide to posts on our infrastructure under the sea
The Google Cloud content marketing team
From data centers and cloud regions to subsea cables, Google is committed to connecting the world. Our investments in infrastructure aim to further improve our network—one of the world’s largest—which helps improve global connectivity, supporting users and Google Cloud customers. Our subsea cables play a starring role in this work, linking up cloud infrastructure that includes more than 100 network edge locations and over 7,500 edge caching nodes.
As it turns out, readers of this blog seem to find what happens under the sea just as fascinating as what’s going on in the cloud. Posts on our cables are consistently among our most popular, which is why we brought them together for you here so you can take a deeper dive (pun intended).
Here’s a list our most popular posts on our underwater infrastructure:
The Dunant subsea cable, connecting the US and mainland Europe, is ready for service
Introducing Equiano, a subsea cable from Portugal to South Africa
A quick hop across the pond: Supercharging the Dunant subsea cable with SDM technology
Curie subsea cable set to transmit to Chile, with a pit stop to Panama
Expanding our cloud network for a faster, more reliable experience between Australia and Southeast Asia
Delivering increased connectivity with our first private trans-Atlantic subsea cable
New undersea cable expands capacity for Google APAC customers and users
Google Cloud customers run at the speed of light with new FASTER undersea pipe
Our cable systems provide the speed, capacity and reliability Google is known for worldwide, and at Google Cloud, our customers can make use of the same network infrastructure that powers Google’s own services. To learn more, you can view our network on a map, or read more about our network.