Hetzner currently also has cloud servers being offered in Ashburn, Virginia, which marks the company’s first data center location outside of Europe. Hosting clients may now pick Ashburn as a location for most Hetzner cloud products in addition to Nuremberg and Falkenstein in Germany, and Helsinki in Finland. The expansion into the U.S. does not (yet) include other hosting solutions, such as dedicated servers, colocation, or storage.
Hetzner is one of Europe’s largest hosting providers with more than a hundred thousand servers being deployed in its data centers. The company owns environmentally-friendly data center parks in Nuremberg and Falkenstein, both in Germany, as well as in Helsinki, Finland.
In 2018, Hetzner crossed the Baltic Sea when the first unit in their new Data Center Park Helsinki became operational. Now, three years later, they have also crossed the Atlantic Ocean. This would open-up great prospects for Hetzner to play an even more significant role in North America.
The new U.S. data center facility is in Ashburn, Virginia, which is known as Data Center Alley and is one of the world’s most prominent data center capitals. Clients of Hetzner may now benefit from the facility’s strategic position and worldwide interconnectivity.
Scaling Up and Down
Ashburn is available as a location for all Hetzner cloud servers with AMD processors, and cloud servers there support all Hetzner cloud features. Clients may establish cloud servers in a matter of seconds with Hetzner.
Hetzner clients are assigned a virtual seat on one of the physical servers when they establish a server, whether they pick Ashburn or one of Hetzner’s own data centers in Europe. The Hetzner Cloud’s high scalability would allow users to easily add or remove resources and rescale the performance of their cloud servers at any time.
Low latency and a strong price/performance ratio are the hallmarks of Hetzner Cloud, according to the hosting provider. Clients from North America may now take advantage of the better closeness and the same low pricing.