The Los Angeles area is the second largest urban area in the United States, which allows business direct access to a huge number of customers.
Over the years, the number of sub-sea cables terminating in the Los Angeles area has grown significantly. Colocating in this region gives business access to the SEA-US cable which connects LA to Hawaii, Guam, the Philippines, and Indonesia. The new Jupiter cable will provide access to Japan and a second endpoint to the Philippines. Additionally, there cables connecting LA to exploding Latin American market.
Understanding the needs of modern applications, providers in this area strive to offer sub-5ms latency which supports a more seamless user experience. Despite the more urban environment, data center companies have focused on bringing the same security and sophistication of more remote location, but without any loss of speed.
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