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Google Speeds Searches

  • USC, Wednesday, October 30, 2013 11:36 AM

The University of Southern California conducted a study that found Google increased the number of sites worldwide from which its serves search queries. The change will allow Google to speed query results to searchers. Query requests previously went directly to the Google data center. Now requests route to the regional network, which relays them to the Google data center. This might seem like it takes search request longer to route by adding in another step -- but the process actually speeds up searches.

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