Google is proud to call Singapore home to one of our data centers.
In September 2011, we announced that we had acquired 2.45 hectares of land in Jurong West, with plans to build a data center. The facility, which came online in December 2013, was our first data center in Southeast Asia and serves users across the region.
More new internet users come online every day in Asia than anywhere else in the world. This data center allows us to make sure that our users here have the fastest and most reliable access possible to all of Google’s services, and then some. This facility is also one of the most efficient and environmentally friendly in Asia – its cooling system relies on recycled water and was built to the same high standard we use around the world, with each element custom-designed to operate at optimal efficiency.
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Google hires the most qualified individuals from around the world. We make it a priority to hire from the local community whenever possible because it‘s good for business and the right thing to do.
We also seek to contract with local vendors whenever possible. If you are a vendor or are interested in providing a service to Google, please provide additional information through our supplier interest form.Find available positions at our data center
In the community
At Google, we’re committed to playing a positive role in every community in which we operate around the world. Through grant-making and local initiatives that utilize our tools and expertise, we’re working to help businesses, educational institutions, community collaboratives, nonprofits, and individuals create and thrive in a sustainable, knowledge-based economy. We are always on the lookout for opportunities for Googlers to share their time and expertise with the local community.
Partnerships and events
Google enjoys working with local organizations to sponsor community events, from promoting science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education to helping small businesses get online. To suggest ways that Google can become more involved in the community, please contact us.
Google community grants range from $20,000 to $100,000 USD, and are intended for nonprofit and certain public organizations. We will not fund for-profit companies through this program. When evaluating proposals, we consider impact on the data center community and surrounding areas, measurable impact of the resources on achieving the mission, collaboration with other organizations and the ability to leverage other resources in the community, and the integration of Google in-kind or volunteer resources to maximize the impact.
Learn more about our Data Center Community Grants program, eligibility criteria, and how to apply.
Google is also committed to creating a better web that's better for the environment. We welcome proposals from data center communities that reduce carbon emissions in the immediate region, including projects that increase the renewable energy mix powering our data centers. Applicants can be nonprofit or for-profit entrepreneurs. We look for cost of generation, innovation, and total carbon reduction. You can submit proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org.