Kamatera Adds 3 New Data Centers

June 19th 2024
Kamatera Adds 3 New Data Centers

Kamatera is expanding its coverage to make it easier for you to reach your customers.

Kamatera is proud to announce the addition of 3 new high-end data centers in Los Angeles, Seattle, and Atlanta to its international infrastructure. These new locations will expand coverage across North America to a total of 9 cities, and strengthen our commitment to providing secure and scalable cloud hosting solutions so you can reach your customers where they are.

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These new data centers will offer the same robust speed to support your most demanding applications and workloads with the highest levels of availability and security.  They are certified to meet rigorous environmental and energy standards.

The Seattle data center is located in a major connectivity hub on the West Coast with multiple internet exchange points and undersea cable landing stations.

The Los Angeles data center joins the Santa Clara location to give you high-speed connections to Silicon Valley and California’s vibrant tech ecosystem.

The Atlanta, Georgia location caters to the growing demand for cloud services and digital infrastructure in the Southeastern United States.

Kamatera CEO Tal Holzer is thrilled at the new opportunities that will be opened up with this geographic expansion. “Our new data centers in these strategic locations will bring our cloud services closer to businesses on the West Coast, Southeast, and nationwide. Our highly distributed global position will also enable us to serve more customers with our high-performance, reliable servers running the latest processors.“

Kamatera is making it easier for you to work from anywhere and still get high-bandwidth connectivity to your customers. These three new state-of-the-art data centers, already online and operating, bring Kamatera’s total data centers to 21.

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