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March 17, 2010


Filed under: General,Networking — Tags: — Nate @ 8:15 pm

Frightened. That was the word that first came to my mind when I read this article from our friends at The Register.

The report also says that 60 per cent of Google’s traffic is now delivered directly to consumer networks. In addition to building out a network of roughly 36 data centers and co-locating in more than 60 public exchanges, the company has spent the past year deploying its Google Global Cache (GGC) servers inside consumer networks across the globe. Labovitz says that according to Arbor’s anecdotal conversations, more than half of all consumer providers in North American and Europe now have at least one rack of Google’s cache servers.

Honestly, I am speechless beyond the word frightened, you may want to refer to an earlier blog post “Lesser of two Evils” for more details.

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