Where is the world’s largest datacenter? According to numerous publications, the world’s largest data center is the China Telecom-Inner Mongolia Information Park. At a cost of $3 billion, it spans one million square meters (10,763,910 square feet) and consumes 150MW across six data halls.
Does Google own its data centers? Google owns and operates data centers all over the world, helping to keep the internet humming 24/7. Learn how our relentless focus on innovation has made our data centers some of the most high-performing, secure, reliable, and efficient data centers in the world.
Does Amazon build its own data centers? In 2018, WikiLeaks revealed the locations of Amazon’s data center footprint from 2015. At the time, the company operated some 38 facilities in Northern Virginia, eight in San Francisco, another eight in its hometown of Seattle and seven in northeastern Oregon.
Who owns the biggest server? Amazon: It runs the world’s largest online store and one of the world’s largest cloud computing operations. Amazon says very little about its data center operations, but we know that it bought $86 million in servers from Rackable in 2008, and stores 40 billion objects in its S3 storage service.