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Google Rebrands Portfolio of Products and Services as 'Google Cloud'

Google announces the locations of eight new Google Cloud Regions – Mumbai, Singapore, Sydney, Northern Virginia, São Paulo, London, Finland and Frankfurt. (Click to Enlarge)Google's enterprise business is officially rebranded as Google Cloud, the company announced today at a San Francisco event. Diane Greene, Google Cloud's Senior Vice President writes: "Google Cloud spans every layer. ... our user facing collaboration and productivity applications — now named G Suite — all of our Machine Learning tools and APIs, the enterprise maps APIs and the Android phones, tablets and Chromebooks that access the cloud."

Greene added: "Today we are also introducing a significant lineup of new cloud technologies and machine intelligence capabilities as well as services, and we're showcasing how a cross-section of our customers and partners, including, Airbus, Home Depot, Snap Inc (formerly SnapChat), Evernote, Niantic Labs (Pokemon Go), Telus, Accenture and Pivotal use and work with Google Cloud."

Google Cloud Platform now serves over one billion end-users – To meet the growing demand, company also announced the locations of eight new Google Cloud Regions: Mumbai, Singapore, Sydney, Northern Virginia, São Paulo, London, Finland and Frankfurt. More regions to be announced next year.

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