Alphabet Inc. Google said Wednesday it plans to invest about .5 9.5 billion (approximately Rs. 72,345 crore) across its U.S. offices and data centers this year, up from $ 7 billion (approximately Rs. 53,307 crore) last year.
Google says the investment will create at least 12,000 full-time jobs by 2022 and will focus on data centers in several states, including Nevada, Nebraska and Virginia.
The company will open a new office in Atlanta this year and expand its data center in Story County, Nevada.
Google said in a statement: “Even more flexible in the way we operate, it may seem counter-intuitive to increase our investment in the real office. However, we believe that investing in our campus is more important than ever …”, Google said in a statement. Said.
Google is trying to bring back its employees to some offices in the United States, the United Kingdom and Asia Pacific by forcing them to work almost three days a week, a move to end policies that allow employees to work remotely because of the Covid-19. Anxiety
Google will continue to invest in its home state California offices and support affordable housing initiatives in the Bay Area as part of its $ 1 billion (approximately Rs. 7,615 crore) housing commitment.
Last year, Google contributed $ 617 billion (approximately Rs. 46,98,678 crore) to economic activities for U.S. businesses, manufacturers and developers, according to its 2021 Economic Impact Report.
Thomson Reuters 2022