History Origins Establishment Google

Google is a U.S. company's most well-known through its search engine which is also called Google. 

Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) was established on 7 September 1998 at their friend's garage space in Menlo Park, California. In February 1999, the company moved into offices at 165 University Ave., Palo Alto, California before moving to the "Googleplex" at the end of the year. 

The search engine 
Google is the search engine on the Internet are based in the United States. Google is one of the most popular search engines on the web and receive at least 200 million search queries each day through its website and clients websites such as America Online (AOL). Headquarters I was (at the "Googleplex") in Mountain View, California. 

Google started a research project two Ph.D. students Stanford University, Larry Page and Sergey Brin in early 1996 who developed the theory that a search engine based on the mathematical analysis of the relationship between these web sites will give better results than by using basic search techniques used at the time. It was originally called BackRub because backlinks to estimate a site's importance. 

Convinced that the pages with the most links to that page from the pages of other highly relevant web pages that are most relevant, Page and Brin decided to try their thesis as part of their study - it became the foundation for their search engine. They officially formed their company Google Inc.. on 7 September 1998. 

Google became popular among Internet users for the simple design and the 'clean' and relevant search results. Advertising is sold based on keywords (keywords) so that they become more relevant for users, and the ads were text-only designs to keep the page tidy and keep the page loading fast. The concept of selling ads based on keywords preceded by the Overture which formerly GoTo.com. At a time when most other dotcom companies went bankrupt, Google quietly strengthen its influence and profits. 

In September 2001, Google's ranking mechanism (PageRank) was granted a U.S. patent. The patent was officially assigned to the Leland Stanford University and lists Lawrence Page as the inventor. 

In February 2003, Google bought Pyra Labs, owner of Blogger, a pioneer and leader website hosting weblog. This acquisition seemed inconsistent with the general mission of Google, but this is making Google can use the information from blog postings to improve the speed and relevance of the articles on Google News . 

During its peak in early 2004, Google handled almost 80 percent of all search queries on the Internet through its website and clients like Yahoo!, AOL and CNN. Google's share dropped from Yahoo! releasing Google's search technology in February 2004 in order to be able to use their independent search results. 

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Who is not familiar with Google. For all the surfers of cyber world would have been very familiar with Google's Om. Google is very popular with the search engines in the cyberspace wilderness. All you need to do is type in the desired password then Om Google will track and find any information you want. 

Google with two "o" was unique, because if the data search results are found, the number of "o" will appear as obtained by Web search engines. 

The word comes from the word Googlo Google. The word was coined by Milton Sirotta, nephew of a mathematician Edward Kasner from the U.S.. Sirotta make Googlo term to put the number 1 (one) followed by 100 the number 0 (zero), therefore the use of the word Google is a reflection of the word Googlo. 

But do you know, Google is not only unique source said. Google also has a unique historical background. I was born from a meeting of the two young men who happened by accident in 1995. Larry Page, an alumnus of the University of Michigan, who was enjoying a weekend visit, accidentally met with Sergey Brin, one of the students who got the task of dropping the circumference Lary. 

In a meeting earlier accident, the two founders of Google are often involved lengthy discussions. Both have different opinions and views that are often involved in the debate. However, the difference in their thinking would result in a unique approach in solving one of the biggest challenges in the world of computers.Namely, the problem of how to recover data from massive data sets. 

In January 1996, Larry and Sergey began to collaborate in making search engine called BackRub. A year later, their unique approach to network analysis BackRub lift reputation. News of the new techniques the search engines directly spread to the campus. 
Larry and Sergey continued to refine the technology Google during early 1998. Both also began looking for investors to develop the sophisticated technology of Google. 

Tit for tat was parried. They received an injection of funds from the college friend, Andy Bechtolsheim, a founder of Sun Microsystems. Pertemuana they occurred in the early morning on the porch dorm Stanford faculty, in Palo Alto. Larry and Sergey gave a brief demo because Andy did not have a long time. 

Through the demo that Andy agreed to provide financial assistance in the form of a check for 100 thousand dollars. Unfortunately, the check was written on behalf of Google. Yet when it was a company called Google has not been founded by Sergey and Larry. 

Investments from Andy becomes a dilemma. Larry and Sergey could not check during telecasts of no legal institution called the company Google. Therefore, the two founders of Google is back working hard in seeking investment. They are looking for funding from among family, friends, and colleagues collected funds until approximately 1 million dollars. And finally, companies can also set up Google on 7 Septembar 1998 and officially opened in Menlo Park, California. 

Google's mission is, "to collect the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful." Google's philosophy includes slogans like "Don` t be evil ", and" should have held the work and the challenge should be fun ", describing the relaxed corporate culture. 

Currently, Google is a company categorized as number one in the top 100 of the most popular in America, with a headcount of about 10 thousand people.


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