Low Latency a High Priority When Choosing a Data Center Location

Image courtesy of ddpavumba / FreeDigitalPhotos.netJust like in real estate, data center design can be all about location. That is to say, the closer the data center location to the end users, the lower the latency. In financial sector use, such as stock trading, this can mean paying up to 4 times more for colocation in New Jersey than even the most expensive retail locations. So when considering location, Rachel McAree has a few simple suggestions.

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