LayerStack, a cloud solutions provider headquartered in Hong Kong, with multiple data centers in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Japan, has launched a data center in Los Angeles (LA-01). LA-01 marks LayerStack’s first facility in the United States.
The new data center in Los Angels further expands the cloud provider’s footprint around the world. Los Angeles will be LayerStack’s 4th region globally, following Hong Kong, Singapore, and Japan.
Los Angeles is a large market for cloud services. According to LayerStack, this market is predicted to feature significant growth over the coming years. Starting today, American-based businesses and global companies with customers in America can build their business and run their applications within the LayerStack cloud infrastructure, enabling them “to scale rapidly and expand their geographic reach in minutes.”
Ecommerce in China and US
The opening of the new data center is in accordance with LayerStack’s global expansion plans. LayerStack has been reinvesting its profits to provide the highest performing cloud infrastructure available from 5 zones across 4 geographic regions globally. Along with the new region, LayerStack has also worked to build a CN2 GIA connection to China by improving its network resiliency, capacity and reducing the latency, which facilitates the customers’ ecommerce business between China and the US.
The Los Angeles data center will feature LayerStack’s latest servers and network architecture. It would enable the company to meet the increasing demand for secured and scalable cloud computing services. It would also provide American organizations – from startups to enterprises – cloud infrastructure in their country meant for different workloads such as big data analytics, software development, database, Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, mobile applications, and more.