SpaceX will set up ground stations in Google's data centers that will connect to the satellites Starlink, enabling fast and secure internet services through Google Cloud, as stated by Google.
This service is expected to be available in the second half of 2021.
The deal comes at a time when demand for cloud computing services has grown, with players such as Microsoft Corp and Amazon.com Inc. dominating the market. Cloud companies have also taken advantage of the telecommunications sector, due to the growing demand for 5G connectivity.
Google's cloud computing accounts for about 7% of its total revenue since the last earnings report.
Last October, Microsoft won a similar deal from SpaceX to connect the platform computers Azure cloud with Starlink.
The private company SpaceX, known for its reusable rockets, increases production of satellites for Starlink, a growing fleet of hundreds of internet-radiating satellites that Musk hopes will yield enough income to help fund SpaceX's interplanetary goals.