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London is one of the world's largest data centre markets and geographically desirable for telecommunications, peering, cloud connectivity, and resiliency.
Houston is headquarters to top growth industries for IoT and numerous Fortune 500 companies, offering a network-dense foundation for start-ups and established enterprises that is reliable, secure, and cost-effective.
Hong Kong is an international financial and trade hub and connectivity gateway between APAC and the rest of the world for global enterprises.
Frankfurt is home to a world-class financial sector and many creative, IT, telecom, biotech life sciences and logistics industries, providing high Internet bandwidth and highly connected data centre space.
Dublin offers geographic stability for fully resilient disaster recovery services, plus state-of-the-art connectivity to key data centre exchanges, global tech companies, service providers and IXPs.
Dallas is a state-of-the-art interconnection and colocation hub, and premier Internet gateway, for global enterprises and leading communications providers.
Chicago is a major centre of high performance computing and one of the top data centre markets in the US.
Charlotte is the home to many major financial institutions, providing abundant fibre connectivity options and residing on the city's top priority hospital grid.
The Bay Area is a network-dense inter-connection point for the entire west coast with access to leading cloud providers, local Internet exchanges, ensuring high performance of hybrid and multi-cloud architectures.
Austin is an ideal location for disaster recovery and high-density critical applications, offering global access from one of the hottest tech communities in the world.