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July 4, 2022
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Google Cloud hit $3.83bn in Q420 revenues – but breaks out the losses for the first time

Google Cloud has posted revenues of $3.83 billion (£2.8bn) for its most recent quarter – but lost more than $5bn for the year as the company met its promise of giving more details. The figures for Google Cloud represent 6.7% of overall Alphabet revenues, which can be compared with AWS comprising almost a tenth of… Read more » The post Google Cloud hit $3.83bn in Q420 revenues – but breaks out the losses for the first time appeared first on Cloud Computing News.
Google Cloud hit .83bn in Q420 revenues – but breaks out the losses for the first time

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