Cloudflare announced the addition of ten new data centers across the United States, Bahrain, Russia, Vietnam, Pakistan and France (Réunion). They’re delighted to help improve the performance and security of over 12 million domains across these diverse countries that collectively represent about half a billion Internet users.
The global network now spans 165 cities, with 46 new cities added just this year, and several dozen additional locations being actively worked on.
Their expansion begins in the United States, where Cloudflare’s 36th and 37th data centers in the nation serve Charlotte (North Carolina) and Columbus (Ohio) respectively. They are promising markets for interconnection, and join their existing deployments in Ashburn, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, McAllen, Memphis, Miami, Minneapolis, Montgomery, Nashville, Newark, Norfolk, Omaha, Philadelphia, Portland, Richmond, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Jose, Seattle, St. Louis, Tallahassee, and Tampa.
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