The Palm Desert is an impressive, vast, diverse and vibrant landscape, filled with everything from palm trees to desert flowers to the latest iPhone.
The desert’s history is steeped in its unique, rich culture and unique ecosystems.
And it’s about to get even better, thanks to a growing number of technology companies coming to the desert.
The Palm Desert, as its known, is the birthplace of the iPhone, and now Google is joining the party.
Palm Beach Gardens, the headquarters of the Googleplex, is set to open this year, with the first units to come online in 2018.
The new digs are expected to attract $100 million in investment from the likes of Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, Google and Qualcomm.
The site is located in the heart of one of the world’s most diverse cities, a vibrant cultural and artistic scene, and a growing tech sector.
Google, however, is not the only one looking to expand its footprint.
“We see this as a global opportunity to showcase our services to a global audience, and to be able to bring our expertise to people in the most creative and interesting places in the world,” said Eric Schmidt, Google’s executive chairman.
“It’s a tremendous opportunity to bring more innovation and energy to our planet.”
As of this writing, Google has only committed to investing in seven locations in the Palm Desert: Palm Springs, San Bernardino, the Los Angeles area, Las Vegas, Las Cruces, New Orleans, and Orlando.
It’s unclear if those locations will receive funding or not, but it’s clear Google’s investment in the area is a significant step in the right direction.
The company has been a leader in the development of artificial intelligence and artificial ecosystems, and it’s expected to continue to invest in the ecosystem for the foreseeable future.
For now, the new digs will only be available for a limited time.
It could be years before the Google Complex is fully operational, but Google is hoping to get the site up and running as soon as possible.
For now, however.
The Googleplex is already home to a few thousand employees, and the first buildings are slated to come up in 2019.