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Google has graciously welcomed the IEEE Hot Interconnects 2010 conference and it's attendees. The conference is held in room 132 (Maxwell Tech Talk room) located at:

1300 Crittenden Lane
Mountain View, CA

The Google campus is a secure facility and badge access is required. Please respect our host by not leaving the designated area.

Convenient parking is available in the designated parking area near Crittenden Lane facilities. Your event badge and conference materials will be distributed upon arrival. Event hosted meals and breaks will take place in the event area.


The registration desk and the conference room are located in building CL3, as indicated below.

Internet Access

Free WiFi internet access is available using the "Google Guest" wireless SSID.

Electrical Outlets

Electrical outlets will be available in the main conference room.


There are a variety of nearby hotels and Google recommends:

Hampton Inn and Suites
390 Moffett Blvd.
Mountain View, California 94043
Phone: 650-988-0300
Ramada Inn Mountain View
55 Fairchild Drive
Ellis Street & Moffett Blvd
Mountain View, CA 94043
Phone: 650-967-6856
Dinah's Garden Hotel
4261 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, California 94306
Phone: 800-227-8220
Four Seasons Palo Alto
2050 University Avenue
Palo Alto, California 94303
Phone: 650-566-1200


San Jose International Airport (SJC)
San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

Getting Around

For those interested in taking public transportation to Google, here are some resources:
  • www.caltrain.com: This is the train that runs between San Francisco and San Jose. Google is closest to the Mountain View station. There are free shuttles from the Mountain View Caltrain station to Google.
  • www.vta.org: Transit in Santa Clara County is run by the Valley Transportation Authority. It consists mainly of buses but also has light rail. The light rail does not go near Google but one line does terminate at the Mountain View Caltrain station.
  • www.511.org: This is a Bay Area-wide travel planning website, with links to all the individual providers. It has a good route-finding tool.
  • maps.google.com: Google maps has a good tool for taking public transportation. Simply click on the train icon for Get Directions.
  • www.bart.gov: Bay Area Rapid Transportation (BART).
  • www.paloatlolimo.com: Palo Alto Limousine (Phone: 650-274-6666).
There are a large number of motels on El Camino Real in Mountain View, Sunnyvale, and Palo Alto. Buses run 24 hours a day on El Camino (VTA line 22), with connections to buses to Google.
Bus fare is $2, deposited into the fare box on the bus. Exact change required; transfers are available. Tickets for Caltrain must be purchased at ticket machines at every station. Mountain View is in zone 3. Cash or credit cards accepted. If you expect to take the train in the morning and again in the evening, buy a Day Pass. It costs twice a one-way and allows unlimited travel that day in the chosen zone(s).

Directions to conference site

1300 Crittenden Lane
Mountain View, CA 94043 (map)

Phone: 650-623-4000
Fax: 650-618-1499
  • From the north;
    1. Take 101 South
    2. Exit Rengstorff Ave
    3. Turn Right onto Rengstorff Ave from the off-ramp
    4. Continue onto Amphitheatre Parkway
    5. Turn Left on North Shorline Blvd
    6. Turn Right on Crittenden Lane
    7. Turn Left into the parking lot
  • From the south:
    1. Take 101 North
    2. Exit Shoreline Blvd
    3. Turn Right onto Shoreline Blvd from the off-ramp
    4. Continue onto Shoreline Blvd
    5. Turn Right on Crittenden Lane
    6. Turn Left into the parking lot