Hetzner Opens New Location in the USA

Nov 04, 2021

The Hetzner cost-effective Cloud solution has arrived in the United States to offer cloud servers that offer solid performance without a high price.

Hetzner has been well-known in both Germany and Finland as a powerful cloud solution that benefits users with low latency and a price/performance ratio that doesn’t put it beyond the reach of individuals and small businesses.  With a user-friendly interface that can be spun up in seconds, developers can get to work quickly with virtualized Linux instances.

The new US location in Ashburn, Virginia is in the heart of one of the most important data center capitals in the world, named Data Center Alley. The new Ashburn facility is available for all Hetzner cloud servers and offers the full array of Hetzner cloud features leveraging AMD EPYC 2nd Gen processors.

With more than one hundred thousand servers, Hetzner is one of the largest web hosting and data center providers in Europe. In addition to their well-established cloud products, Hetzner’s portfolio includes dedicated root servers, web hosting packages, and colocation services. With a combination of reliable tech solutions, attractive pricing, expert support, and an ever-expanding array of services, Hetzner Online has been able to strengthen its market position both nationally and internationally.

Read more about the products Hetzner has to offer.

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