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Sydney, Australia is a critical business hub for many industries including banking and financial services, and is on pace with the data gravity growth expected in the entire APAC region.
Singapore is a critical business and data hub for global enterprises with presence in the APAC region with its pro-business policies and diverse connectivity options.
Portland serves as a strategic pivot point for trade and commerce throughout North America, with industries including high tech, advanced manufacturing and clean technology.
Phoenix is a fast growing market for disaster recovery and corporate application hosting, and is a key location for rapid data center deployment in North America.
Northern Virginia is the largest data center market in the United States, offering access to all major cloud providers and to network and content ecosystems available through an extensive fiber network already in place.
New York is the home of Wall Street and NASDAQ, the epicenter of global wealth management, and a rising technology sector focal point, which continues to experience growing demand for space, power and connectivity.
Los Angeles is a worldwide mecca of entertainment, manufacturing and international trade, boasting massive connectivity and cloud options and industry recognized sustainability initiatives.
London is one of the world’s largest data center 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.