Google is building a new cloud platform that will help cloud services get data more quickly.
The company has just announced a beta version of the platform that it says will be available to “early adopters” this fall.
Google says the beta will let companies get data “at a fraction of the cost of traditional cloud services.”
The company is also announcing that its cloud platform will offer “supercomputing performance” and a “tremendous reduction in cost” with its new platform.
The platform, which will be called Cloud Vision, will have “unlimited storage, analytics, and machine learning capabilities,” according to the company.
Google has been using the Cloud Vision platform for a few years, and it is part of the company’s “big data” efforts to create a better way to do big data.
Cloud Vision has been a key part of Google’s effort to build a supercomputing platform.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai recently said Google’s supercomputers will run at up to 100 petaflops (10 petaflatons).
That’s 10 billion calculations per second.
That’s about 10 times the speed of today’s supercomputer.
Google is betting that the supercomputed power will help the company get more data out of its data centers and the data it stores.
The Google Cloud Vision team has been working with Google Cloud to build out its supercomposite data center infrastructure, Google said.
“The team has spent more than a decade working on this effort, building new software and hardware that helps us get the data we need from our data centers, while also delivering the speed and scalability that cloud computing is all about,” the company said in a blog post.
Google announced that it has created a Cloud Vision project to build the new platform with Google, Intel, Nvidia, and IBM.
The Cloud Vision effort was created to support companies like Google and other cloud providers to “better serve their customers and deliver faster, better data and analytics.”
The Cloud Platform is a cloud platform Google is developing that will allow companies to run “big” applications on a “small” server, with “bigger” applications running on “smaller” servers.
Google said that the Cloud Platform can “scale to supercomposition,” and that the company will be releasing a preview version of Cloud Vision “soon.”