The greater Toronto area offers lower power costs due to reliance on green energy sources, such as hydroelectric power. Additionally, given the northern latitude, Toronto is generally cooler than the neighboring cities in the United States, allowing data centers to take advantage of the free, cooler air.
Toronto is the backbone of the Toronto-Waterloo innovation corridor, which is a 100km stretch employing more than 200,000 people all focused on the technology sector. There are more than 89,000 businesses that call this area home as it is the largest city in Canada.
Toronto and the surrounding region are situated extremely close to Detroit, Buffalo, Rochester, Cleveland, and Pittsburgh making this an ideal location for US businesses looking to serve customers in the northern part of the country.
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