Google is building more data centers across the U.S. to power online searches, web advertising and cloud services. These data center facilities use billions of gallons of water, sometimes in dry areas that are struggling to conserve this limited public resource.
Schools and colleges are shut and more and more employees in the country take to a work-from-home schedule to counter the growing coronavirus threat around the world. It has obviously taken a toll on internet connectivity and speed, overall data traffic on its network to surge exponentially as more people self-isolate and work from home. As the COVID-19 outbreak forces millions to work from home, ensuring fast and reliable home internet has become vital.