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Google Cloud Platform (GCP) roped the Lone Star State into its cloud empire this week with the launch of its Dallas, Texas region. The $600 million datacenter campus, which broke ground in 2019, is located approximately 25 miles south of the Dallas metro. The site, Google’s 11th in the US and 34th globally, is the latest in an …

  1. Korev Silver badge

    I guess they've moved there for the excellent Texan power supply...

  2. Anonymous Coward
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    Let's Call the Whole Thing Off

    "rustle me up a Lone Star State virtual machine"

    Surely in the US it's wrangle?

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