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Google finds seafaring internet solution

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    Avatar of idanthology

    You may already have heard of this, but it looks like Google is leading up to providing IT from the sea. Such data centers could provide a true independance from any country in the virtual sense: http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/09/07/googles-search-goes-out-to-sea/

    Avatar of yonHardisty

    Lets hope there are a lot of companies looking at ways to connect from the ‘water world’.

    I am so in to the concept of owning a seasteaded house. But, for my business, I need to be connected at all times and I do not see that changing anytime in the near future. Having a viable connection option in a seastead would take the viability of such a residence through the roof for me and many of my friends :)

    Avatar of J.L.-Frusha

    Googles “Patent” is massive overkill. Just set-up a server, wifi and racking satellite dish system, like the cruise-ships.



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