Google CEO Pichai plans to invest 4.9 billion yuan in Japan within 4 years

Alphabet Google CEO Sundar Pichai said in an interview with Nikkei on Friday that Google plans to invest a total of 100 billion yen (about 4.9 billion yen) in Japan in the four years to 2024. Yuan), some of which will be used to open Google's first data center and submarine cable in Japan.

As the economy slows, we will accelerate operational efficiencies while continuing to invest in our Asia Pacific business, including Japan, for growth.

Google will open a data center in Chiba Prefecture, near Tokyo, next year, aiming to ensure faster and more stable access to Google services. This is the first data center Google has set up in Japan.

Google released a new generation of flagship mobile phone Pixel 7 series and its first smart watch Google Pixel Watch yesterday. Pixel 7 starts at 82,500 yen (about 4,043 yuan) in Japan, while Pixel 7 Pro starts at 124,300 yen. Japanese yen (about 6091 yuan), Pixel Watch is 39800 yen / 47800 yen.

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