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Google Spent Around A Billion Last Quarter For Their Infrastructure

Google hit a two-year high of $1.02 billion in spending for their infrastructure, excluding Q4 2010 where Google spent $2 billion on a new data center and office at 111 8th Avenue in New York.  Last quarter the company made $14.42 billion in revenues and they need some powerful infrastructure to maintain their websites that receives billions of hits per day along from PCs, smartphones, and tablets.  Google is also providing free WiFi to certain locations and the Google Fiber initiative is not cheap either.

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