Managed Enterprise Cloud hosting provider, Dade2, announced the launch of its Spanish data center location and cloud region. The company’s cloud servers, dedicated servers, colocation, and private cloud service offerings are immediately available in the location. According to the announcement, the data center is located close to Barajas International Airport, which is near the Madrid city center and provides low-latency and high-network throughput to Spain, France, and Italy.
Spain, France, and Italy
According to the announcement, the company’s, now operating in Europe the United States and Iceland, the first Spanish datacenter location has been strategically selected to better cater to the needs of clients.
The company also stated that its expansion roadmap illustrates the strategic launching of additional regions by Q2 2021. Tier III+ data center is HIPAA compliant and ISO 27001 certified to meet specific demand from financial companies. Laurence Daroya, Senior Support Engineer, Dade2, said,
“Cloud computing is already powering innovation within businesses, educational institutions, public administrations, and government agencies across Spain, and with this Dade2 Cloud region, we look forward to helping accelerate this transformation.”
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