Google has won a deal to give cloud administrations to Elon Musk’s SpaceX, which has dispatched a large number of Starlink satellites to give high velocity internet, it said on Thursday.

SpaceX will set up ground stations inside Google’s server farms that associate with the Starlink satellites, empowering quick and secure internet administrations through Google Cloud, the search giant said.

This assistance is relied upon to be accessible in the second 50% of 2021 for enterprise customers, the company said.

The deal comes when interest for distributed computing administrations has taken off, with players like Microsoft and Amazon ruling the market. Cloud organizations have additionally taken advantage of the telecoms area, on account of a leap sought after for 5G network.

Google’s cloud business accounts for around 7% of its absolute income, as of the most recent profit report.

Last October, Microsoft won a comparable deal from SpaceX to associate its Azure distributed computing stage to Starlink.

Secretly held SpaceX, known for its reusable rockets and astronaut capsules, is sloping up satellite creation for Starlink, a developing heavenly body of many internet-radiating satellites that Musk expectations will produce sufficient income to help reserve SpaceX’s interplanetary objectives.