SpaceX will install Starlink storage within Google’s archives is a new agreement between the two companies. The professional cloud business has merged with Starlink in a deal that could last up to seven years, according to CNBC. Together, the duo wants to provide customers with companies operating or operating operations from remote locations to use Google cloud and Starlink satellite internet in the second half of 2021.
By setting up Google’s platform, it gives Starlink satellites the ability to deliver accurate and low-cost data to customers via Google Cloud. As CNBC explains, customer tools can be directly connected to satellites that are connected to Google’s information center. They can quickly run applications in the data center using Google’s services, which include analytics, design intelligence and machine learning tools. Google’s production facilities will also send you information via Starlink satellites.
Last year, Microsoft he announced that it is working with SpaceX on the new Azure cloud computing business. Now, the source told CNBC SpaceX will rely on Google’s learning environment and even collaboration.
Announcing Google and SpaceX’S, companies said:
“Google Cloud’s advanced networks will support Starlink’s worldwide online deployment, bring businesses and consumers seamlessly connected to the cloud and the internet, and facilitate the delivery of complex business applications anywhere.”
While the new partners did not confirm this in their announcement, SpaceX says it should launch a Google data center for the first time in the US. The partnership will increase in the future, however, and will go to the Starlink database at Google’s global data center.
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