[#datacenter データセンタ] Googleのデータセンタ投資、景気後退で急激な縮小を見せていたが、今期から上昇を再開。 それに伴い、==>

同社が建設中断していたオクラホマと、フィンランドでの新規建設が再開される模様。 また、同業他社も同様にデータセンタ開発活動の活発化の動きを見せはじめる、と思われる。 


http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/archives/2009/10/19/google-capex-spending-rebounds-slightly/

Google CapEx Spending Rebounds Slightly

October 19th, 2009 : Rich Miller

Google (GOOG) invested $186 million on its data centers in the third quarter of 2009, ending a string of five consectuive quarters in which the company slashed its capital spending. But Google’s infrastructure costs remained just a fraction of what they were during its 2007 building boom, when it announced four new data centers.    

The second quarter capital expenditure (CapEx) total was up slightly from $139 million in the second quarter but tically lower than the company spent during the same period in 2006 ($492 million), 2007 ($453 million) and 2008 ($452 million). Here’s a look at the recent trend: 
 

google-capex-3q2009

  • 1Q 2006: $345 million
  • 2Q 2006: $699 million
  • 3Q 2006: $492 million
  • 4Q 2006: $367 million
  • 1Q 2007: $597 million
  • 2Q 2007: $575 million
  • 3Q 2007: $553 million
  • 4Q 2007: $678 million
  • 1Q 2008: $842 million
  • 2Q 2008: $698 million
  • 3Q 2008: $452 million
  • 4Q 2008:$368 million
  • 1Q 2009: $263 million
  • 2Q 2009: $139 million
  • 3Q 2009: $186 million

The capex “breather” has been enabled by the company’s building boom in 2007-08, during which it announced major data center construction projects in Lenoir, North Carolina; Goose Creek, South Carolina; Pryor, Oklahoma and Council Bluffs, Iowa.

After the economic meltdown gripped Wall Street last fall, Google throttled back spending even further, opting to delay construction of its data center in Pryor. Google continues to build in other markets. In March Google confirmed plans to build a major data center at a former paper mill in Finland, having paid $51 million in February to purchase the property.

Posted via email from Ippei’s @CloudNewsCenter info database

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