google-logo-874x288Google is planning to setup cache or mirror servers in India which will enable a better and quick display of search results and plays the YouTube videos quicker.
Though Google has not officially confirmed it, the discussions are progressing with the fibre manufacturer Sterlite Technologies.

“Google is high in search and high on videos and the fibre infrastructure is going to be very critical for videos from the bandwidth perspective and for search for the latency perspective,” says, Anand Agarwal, chief executive of the Vedanta Group company (Sterlite Industries (India) Limited is owned by Vedanta Group).

If Cache servers are located in India instead of in US, then the search results will show up fast and it will take noticeably less buffering time for the YouTube videos as less bandwidth is being used.


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