Technical giant Google has an eye on Nebraska for the 2019 expansion plans.
CEO Sundar Pichai said in a blog post on Wednesday that the company is building new data centers and offices and expanding several key locations across the United States, spending $ 13 billion in year.
Pichai outlined the plans, which include the opening of new data centers in Nebraska, Nevada, Ohio and Texas, for the first time the company will have infrastructure facilities in these countries.
The company also doubles its workforce in Virginia, giving greater access to Washington, DC, with a new office and more datacenter, and expands its campus in New York on Hudson Square.
In the blog post, Pichai stated: "Today, we are announcing over $ 1
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts issued the following statement in response to the announcement:
"Nebraska has built a reputation for I tself as Silicon Prairie and a hub for tech companies, start ups, and entrepreneurs. Today's announcement by Google emphasizes this reputation and will provide good opportunities for Nebraska's. We appreciate the work of all partners who have collaborated to promote Nebraska as the goal of Google's next investment. "