Data center id: #1106
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Tokyo, Japan is an ideal data center location for cloud servers due to its physical and economic stability. The country has a reliable power grid, making it an attractive option for companies looking for reliable and consistent power. Additionally, Tokyo is home to a large number of internet data centers, offering a wide range of connection options and network speeds. The region also has a well-developed fiber-optic infrastructure, which allows for faster and more reliable data transfers. Furthermore, Tokyo is home to a number of major telecommunications networks and global market players, so it's an excellent environment for businesses looking to access the latest technologies and services. Finally, Tokyo is a safe and secure location for cloud servers, providing additional peace of mind for businesses looking to keep their data safe and secure.
[ Updated at: 2023-04-05 17:17:16 ]
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|Private Network (VPC)|
|DDoS protection (100gbit/s)|
|Block storage volumes (NVMe)|
|S3 compatible object storage|
|Additional IP addresses|
|IPv6 support (/64 block)|
|Server instances (VPS/VDS)|
|Custom ISO supported|
|SMTP allowed (port 25 open)|
IP addresses listed below can be used to test data center latency in order to find the fastest location before purchase. All addresses are connected to a regular standard-1 instance and responds to ping.