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Firebase Subprocessors

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Google and its affiliates use the following third party subprocessors to assist them in providing Firebase Services (as described in the relevant Firebase Terms of Service):

  • Accenture, LLP, headquartered in the United States, to provide customer and technical support, which may include phone and email support, response, diagnosis and resolution services, incident tracking, and responding to customer queries.
  • EPAM Systems, Inc, headquartered in the United States, to provide customer and technical support, which may include phone and email support, response, diagnosis and resolution services, incident tracking, and responding to customer queries.
  • Fastly, Inc., headquartered in the United States, to deliver content and managed services on Firebase Hosting to end-users, via the Fastly content delivery network.
  • Firebase, Inc., a Google Group affiliate used to engage personnel and vendors to provide infrastructure, service support, and IT-facility management in connection with Firebase Crashlytics and Firebase App Distribution. This includes data center and processing services, and managing the availability, latency, scalability and efficiency of Firebase Crashlytics and Firebase App Distribution.

Many Firebase features integrate closely with Google Cloud Platform, whose subprocessors are identified here. The Google Cloud Platform subprocessors identified as Google Group Subprocessors may be used as subprocessors to perform limited activities in connection with the Firebase Services.

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