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Privacy Policy and DPA for GDPR

Mailboxes are like live streams these days with day after day news about some company which updated their Privacy Policy informing you about GDPR.

Of course 040Hosting did work hard to get GDPR compliant and part of the efforts is our new privacy policy (introduced on 1st of April 2018) and our DPA (Data Processing Agreement) for our clients introduced mid-May 2018

If you are a client or visitor to our website(s) please check our privacy policy at https://www.040hosting.eu/privacy-policy/
For obtaining your DPA (Data Processing Agreement); please login to our Portal at https://www.040support.nl go to Support -> Downloads -> GDPR

 

McAllen, Texas: Cloudflare opens 119th Data Center

Cloudlfare, new locations are added to improve their already great network; and this time was choosen for McAllen, Texas for the 119th Data Center Cloudflare operates from.

Five key facts to know about McAllen, Texas

  • McAllen, Texas is on the southern tip of the Rio Grande Valley
  • The city is named after John McAllen, who provided land in 1904 to bring the St. Louis, Brownsville & Mexico Railway railway into the area
  • McAllen, Texas is named the City of Palms
  • The border between Mexico and the USA is less than nine miles away from the data center
  • McAllen, Texas is where Cloudflare has placed its 119th data center

Cloudflare has plenty of datacenter presence in South America, however Panama is the only datacenter theyhave operating within Central America. That means that Cloudflare still have to work on Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. But there’s one more place Cloudflare need to deploy into in order to move the Mexican story forward and that’s Mexico City and from what we did hear this will be soon.

Read more about the McAllen, Texas Cloudflare adventure here.

Portland (Oregon): Cloudflare’s 117th Data Center!

The deployment of the Portland Data Center is Cloudflare’s 27th data center in North America alone, and their 117th globally. It also provides additional redundancy to Cloudflare’s Seattle and San Jose data centers, while increasing our capacity to run services and fight growing attacks.

According to Cloudflare this is part of a much broader expansion, as Cloudflare is actively working on at least a dozen additional data centers within North America alone, and over 50 new cities around the world. So keep watching our blog for new updates when they happen.

Moscow, Russia: CloudFlare’s 83rd data center

Cloudflare did come to Moscow, Russia and announces the newest addition in the largest country in the world (by footprint), increasing both our data center and city count to 83. Moscow is not only the capital and largest city in Russia.

Russia is also home to several Internet exchanges which CloudFlare now participates at:

This raises the number of exchanges that CloudFlare is a participant of to over 120, making Cloudflare one of the top interconnected networks in the world.

More locations are still to come as Cloudflare keeps expanding their network.

Denver, CloudFlare’s 82nd Data Center

Hello Colorado, Denver is CloudFlare’s tenth data center in the United States, and the 82nd data center globally.
By adding more Datacenters Cloudflare improves regional web performance within the USA.

CloudFlare participates at two major internet exchanges in Denver: Any2 Denver and IX-Denver.

Other Cloudflare locations within the USA

Denver joins CloudFlare’s existing United States data centers in Ashburn, Chicago, Dallas,Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, Phoenix, San Jose, and Seattle.

Cloudflare states they have another ten North American cities in the works. So keep an eye on our blog for more details.

 

Perth – Australia – Cloudflare’s 80th DC

040Hosting is excited to announce the launch of CloudFlare’s newest data center in Perth, Australia. This expands the CloudFlare’s global network to span 80 unique cities across 41 countries, and is the fourth data center in the Oceania region, joining existing data centers in Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland.

CloudFlare now has data centers in cities beginning with most letters:

A: Amsterdam, Ashburn, Atlanta, Auckland
B: Bangkok, Berlin, Bucharest, Buenos Aires
C: Cairo, Chengdu, Chennai, Chicago, Copenhagen
D: Dallas, Doha, Dongguan, Dubai, Dublin, Dusseldorf
F: Frankfurt, Foshan, Fuzhou
G: Guangzhou
H: Hamburg, Hangzhou, Hengyang, Hong Kong
J: Jiaxing, Johannesburg
K: Kiev, Kuala Lumpur, Kuwait City
L: Langfang, Lima, London, Luoyang, Los Angeles
M: Madrid, Manchester, Marseille, Medellin, Melbourne, Miami, Milan, Minneapolis,Mombasa, Montreal, Mumbai, Muscat
N: Nanning, New Delhi, Newark
O: Osaka, Oslo
P: Paris, Perth, Phoenix, Prague
Q: Qingdao
S: San Jose, Sao Paulo, Seattle, Seoul, Shenyang, Shijiazhuang, Singapore, Sofia, Stockholm,Sydney
T: Taipei, Tianjin, Tokyo, Toronto
V: Valparaiso, Vancouver, Vienna
W: Warsaw
X: Xi’an
Z: Zhengzhou, Zurich

Pfew that are a lot of cities and countries which got a lot faster thanks to Cloudflare.