Cebu City, the second most populous metro area, but oldest city in the Philippines is the home of Cloudflare’s newest Data Center. Located centrally in the Philippines, Cebu has had a long standing tradition of trade and business activity, the word itself “Cebu” meaning trade.
Our newest data centers in Durban and Port Louis expand the Cloudflare network to 137 cities globally. We are delighted to reach this special milestone, and even more excited to help improve the performance and security of over 7 million Internet properties (and growing!) across 69 countries.
Our newest data center is now live in Tel Aviv, Israel! This expands our global network even further to span 135 cities across 68 countries. Although Israel will only be turning 70 this year, it has a history so rich we’ll leave it to the textbooks.
Mexicans! Long Live Mexico! Long Live Mexico! Long Live Mexico! No, its not the 16th of September (Mexico Independence Day). However at Cloudflare we are proud to introduce our Datacenter #134 located in Mexico City Mexico.
When Cloudflare launched, three of the original five cities in our network were located in the United States. Since then, we have grown the breadth of the global network considerably to span 66 countries, and even added expanded the US footprint to twenty five locations.