Cloud Server Provider ElasticHosts Launches New Data Centers in Miami and Dallas

ElasticHosts, a cloud server provider with data centers located in Europe, the U.S., Canada, Asia and Australia, has launched new U.S. data centers in Dallas, Texas, and Miami, Florida, in response to increased demand for cloud servers in the U.S. and the emerging Latin American market.

cloud-serversBy offering cloud servers from Miami, ElasticHosts seeks to target new customers in Latin America and better serve organizations based on the East Coast of the U.S., while also helping companies selling into the Latin American Market – offering a better experience to end-users. Miami is located at the hub of subsea cables that service Latin America and East Coast U.S., offering strong connectivity between these two continents.

“This launch will allow us to accelerate our growth in the booming Latin American cloud hosting market,” said Richard Davies, CEO of ElasticHosts. “The new Miami DC allows us to expand into this market while also providing better support to our customers on the East Coast; further broadening our footprint across the U.S. and worldwide.”

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In addition to Miami, ElasticHosts has also extended its relationship with data center provider Equinix with the launch of a new data center in Dallas, Texas. Added to this, ElasticHosts is also updating and expanding its data center presence in Sydney, Australia.

The new Miami, Dallas and Sydney data centers mean ElasticHosts’ cloud servers, called Elastic Containers, will now be available to ElasticHosts customers from all of its global locations including: San Jose (Silicon Valley) and Los Angeles, California; Toronto, Canada; Amsterdam, Netherlands; Hong Kong; as well as its two London, UK, locations.

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