Every time less for the premiere of Stadia, the platform for the streaming game of Google, and the American company has announced an investment of more than 600 million euros in Finland for the creation of a new data center.
The service to play online and on the go with Google is launched this year at a time to be determined, and this maneuver is directly linked to its release according to the portal IndustryIndustry.
” The demand for Google services is growing daily, and we are building a data center to exercise the infrastructure that will allow us to meet that demand ” declares Antti Jarvinen, one of Google’s managers in Finland where, specifically in the city of Hamina, these facilities are established.
It is about expanding facilities in which they have already invested in whopping 800 million euros, and that accompany other places where there are centers From such airports as Ireland, Holland and Belgium.
According to Google itself, with a 25MB connection players can enjoy streaming high-end games like Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and, according to GI, ” The only way to offer these services and those of games like DOOM Eternal to 4K and 60FPS is to improve the global infrastructure of your platforms & quot ;.
Do you want to know more about the future for videogames proposed by Google? Do not hesitate to consult our first details about Stadia.