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Google LLC is an international information technology company specializing in search engine optimization, e-commerce, cloud computing, software, computers, e-commerce. Trade, but consumer electronics. Due to its high position in the field of technical intelligence, data collection, technological standards, it is considered as one of the most powerful companies in the world, one of the most important countries in the world. It is one of the top five IT companies in the US, along with Amazon, Apple, Meta and Microsoft.

Google was founded on September 4, 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Byrne, through PhD students at Stanford University in California. Together, they own 14% of the publicly traded stock and control 56% of the voting rights of shareholders with superior voting rights. The company was founded through an initial public offering (IPO) in 2004. In 2015, Google was reorganized as a wholly owned subsidiary of Alphabet Inc. Sundar Pachai was appointed CEO of Google on October 24, 2015, replacing Alphabet CEO Larry Page. Pachai also became the CEO of Alphabet on December 3, 2019.

Since then, the company has grown rapidly, providing many additional products and services for Google search, many of which have significant market power. This product is used for many things like email (Gmail), search (maps), cloud services (cloud), search (Chrome), picture sharing (YouTube). , APP (desktop), operating system (Android), cloud storage (disk), conversion (conversion), photo storage (photos), photo calls (meetings), smart home (partition), mobile, mobile phones) Phone (Fitbit)). ), Sports (platform), live music (YouTube music), on-demand video (TV), technical intelligence (customer support), machine learning API (TensorFlow), smart toys (TPU) and more. Suspended Google products include Mirror, Google+, Reader, Music Games, Necus, Hangouts and Gmail.

Google is known for its innovative technologies that help solve the biggest problems. Some of these systems include quantum computers (Sycamore), real-time machines (formerly the Waymo Project, not Google), Pavement Labs, and the Transformer model (Google Brain).

Google; YouTube is one of the most visited websites in the world, followed by Facebook and Twitter. Office Space Video Sharing Platform Image Storage Mobile Operating System ML Web Browser; Google ranks second and fourth after Interbrand in framing interface. There has been widespread criticism of tax evasion, administration, impartiality, competition, and loneliness.

History[edit source]

Early years[edit source]

Google was started in January 1996 as a research project by Larry Page and Sergey Brin when they were graduate students at Stanford University in California. The original project involved the founder. The unofficial “third party” is Scott Hassan, the program manager who wrote most of the code for Google’s original search engine, but it goes back in time. Officially founded by Google as a business, Hassan continued to work in robotics and founded Willow Garage in 2006.

Modern research considers the best way to identify the relationship of websites when ranking scores, count how many search terms per page. They call the PageRank algorithm; Determine the location of the site by the number of pages and the importance of the link space by the pages. Paige came up with the idea with Hassan, who started writing numbers to put Paige's idea into practice.

Page and Brin originally named the new search engine "BackRub" because the system filters backlinks to assess the importance of websites. Page and Brin, Hassan and Alan Steermberg, Rajiv Mutwan and Terry talk to Google about the importance of nurturing. Winograd wrote the first draft of the paper using PageRank and Brin PageRank and released the first Google search engine in 1998. Hector Garcia: Molina and Jeff Ulman were also arrested for their involvement in the Page Rank project. Before implementing RankDex, developed by Robin Lee in 1996, A.D. Larry Page was impressed by the similarity of page ranking and page ranking algorithms, referring to page-level patents and RankDex's original patents. ; He later developed the Chinese search engine Baidu.

They later changed their name to Google. The search engine is known as the Google Game.

The domain name was launched on September 15; September 4, 1997, and 1998, California; Register at Susan Voice Parking in Menlo Park. He was the first candidate to be appointed as a Stanford University graduate, Craig Silverstein.

Google received financial support in August 1998 from Mandy Katolshi, founder of Sun Microsystems, a few weeks before its launch on September 7, 1998. Google received about $ 1,000,000 in new ventures. Friends and family are opening a store in Manela Park, California.

From the end of 1998 to the beginning of 1999, on June 7, 1999, major investors announced a $ 25 million fund with Clerkin Perkins and Sequoia Capital.

Growth[edit source]

In March 1999, the company relocated its office to Palo Alto, California. There are many Silicon Valley tech startups here. The following year, Google began selling search-related ads on Google pages, and Brin was the first to oppose sponsored search engines. Text-only ads to maintain a seamless page design. In June 2000, Google announced that it would change its technology to provide a default search engine for Yahoo, the most popular website of the time.

In 2003, after surpassing two other locations, the company leased an office complex from Silicon Graphics at 1,600 Amphitheater Parkways in Mountain View, California. This complex became known as Googolplek. This word game is called Googleplex, which comes first, followed by Google Zero. Three years later, Google bought real estate from SGI for $ 319 million. At that time, the name "Google" entered everyday language, and the working word "Google" was added to the Maryam-Webster University Dictionary and the Oxford Dictionary of English "Getting information on the Internet using Google search". to ".. The first use of the word employment on television appeared in October 2002 in the episode Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Additionally, in 2001, Google investors recognized the need for strong internal governance and invited Eric Schmidt to become CEO and CEO of Google.

Initial public offering[edit source]

On August 19, 2004, Google announced its first offer, during which Larry Page, Sergey Birin and Eric Schmidt agreed to a 20-year partnership with Google, and by 2024 the company would cost $ 85,605 per share. 1,055 shares. . The shares were auctioned off online using a system developed by Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse. The $ 1.67 billion acquisition by Google has a market capitalization of $ 23 billion.

On November 13, 2006, Google sold the YouTube stake to Google for $ 1.65 billion, and on March 11, 2008, Google bought DoubleClick for $ 3.1 billion. Copy relevant links from online publishers and ads to Google.

Google has conducted nearly 3 billion searches per day since 2011. To address this burden, Google has created 11 data centers worldwide, each with thousands of servers. These databases allow Google to manage constantly changing performance

In May 2011, Google's exclusive monthly audience reached one billion for the first time.

In May 2012, Google bought Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion, making it the largest seller to date. This acquisition was made in part to help Google secure more Motorola patents for mobile and wireless technology; This will help protect Google from ongoing lawsuits with other companies, including Apple and Microsoft, and allow it to continue offering Android for free.