GreenGeeks, a web hosting platform has launched its newest data center location in Singapore.
The new location will service customers within the Asia-Pacific region and be the fourth data center location available to customers, the company said in a statement. Also, this location will be in addition to existing locations in Chicago, Montreal and Amsterdam.
Kaumil Patel, COO of GreenGeeks said:
“We are proud to carry on our commitment of providing reliable green energy web hosting solutions by expanding our reach into this part of the world. Our goal is to make sure that no matter where you are located in the world, customers have access to fast page loading speeds and reliable performance when it comes time for you to host your website or application.”
The new location will mean faster response times and improved overall performance for customers located in the Asia-pacific region as compared to other locations in North America and Europe.
The Singapore location will provide all of the services as GreenGeeks’ other locations, including WordPress hosting shared hosting, reseller hosting and VPS hosting packages. All services are backed by 24/7 support, the company added.
A report revealed Singapore as the second largest data center hub in the region, behind only Tokyo, with over 70 operating centers as of 2021. In 2020 however, the establishment of new data centers were faced with a moratorium by the Singapore government. Reasons for the suspension varied, but the key focus boiled down to the issue of sustainability.