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Google Pizza Box

The Google Pizza Box, also known as the Google Search Appliance, is a hardware device introduced by Google. It is a pizza-box-sized unit that contains the full Google search functionality for corporate internal networks and is designed to power search for many documents. The term "pizza box" refers to the shape of a computer server enclosed in a rectangular chassis, which is the size of a pizza box and is typically installed in racks. These servers are small, compact, and suitable for use in small businesses, home offices, large enterprise data centers, and private cloud environments. The Google Pizza Box is built to handle many documents, with the capacity to search up to 10 million documents.