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Intel has a 16-year strategic partnership with Google to modernize infrastructure and how infrastructure is delivered around a multi-cloud vision. Intel instances in Google Cloud offer balanced performance to suit virtually every workload: HPC, Big Compute, Analytics, Databases, SAP, VMWare, and AI.

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