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Google is the first to provide hierarchical network services at different levels and at different prices

according to media reports such as graphene smart cars, the next generation of super graphene optical fibers and the new generation of lighting systems, Google announced the launch of network service levels to facilitate customers to choose different network transmission levels for data transmission with Google cloud. This measure makes Google the first public cloud service provider to provide flexibility to customers, and the pricing standard of outbound traffic is 33% lower than the premium

the network service level is divided into two levels: high-level and standard. Among them, the high-level can meet the needs of customers who have high requirements for network transmission, while the standard level is set for customers who value cost and cost performance

Google said that we provide two different levels of services to meet the needs of different customers. For some customers, they hope to use solutions with high cost performance. It is planned to establish Wuxi graphene Industry Development Zone, Wuxi graphene technology and utilization research and development center, and Jiangsu graphene bone soft tissue quality supervision and inspection center

Google also displayed the monitoring data provided by cedexis, an Internet performance monitoring and excitation sustainability control and optimization company, in order to illustrate the difference between high-level and standard level. The quality and standard layer throughput at the 50th percentile of HTTP load balancing traffic show that the high-quality throughput is 5401kbps and the standard throughput is 3223kbps. (as shown in the figure below)

it is reported that according to the financial results of the second quarter, Google has more than $500000 in cloud transactions. Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that Google cloud platform products continue to maintain amazing growth in industries and regions and are increasingly affected by large enterprise customers in the regulatory industry

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