(ANSA) – MILAN, JUN 15 – Google invests in Italy with two new bases dedicated to the cloud, in Milan and Turin, thanks to which companies and public administrations will be able to count on “a series of cloud services, aimed at extreme innovation , which will represent a strong competitive advantage for the country “. This is said by the country manager Italy of Google Cloud, Fabio Fregi, interviewed by ANSA, on the occasion of the official presentation of the two ‘Google Cloud Regions’, at the Mico in Milan.
“The new regions can potentially generate up to 3.3 billion euros of economic impact and help create up to 65,000 new jobs by 2025, in Piedmont and Lombardy”, says Fregi, underlining “the uniqueness of the investment. “, because,” we are the first cloud provider to open two regions in Europe “. He starts with the Milan site, created in collaboration with Tim, which will be followed “in the next few months” by the Turin site. This means that “companies and organizations in the public sector will now be able to store data by relying on fast, reliable and secure cloud services to develop and deliver high-availability, low-latency applications for their customers.” This is “an initiative in which we have been investing a lot and for some time, ever since we thought that Italy could be one of the countries in which to invest with the regions”, explains Fregi to ANSA. The Milan region joins the global network made up of 34 regions and 103 zones, through which Google Cloud provides services to users in over 200 countries and territories around the world. (HANDLE).