New Delhi, NFAPost: Google has announced new cloud regions coming to Columbus, Ohio and Dallas, Texas in the US, as well as new expansions across the globe to make apps run faster for local users. Google Cloud now consists of 29 cloud regions and 88 zones, up from 25 regions and 76 zones in April 2021.
It gives customers compute and storage resources that are closer to their users, as well as Google’s analytics and its content distribution network. Google is also planning to spend € 1 billion on cloud infrastructure in Germany for 10 years, building the Berlin-Brandenburg data center in the next year and expanding the cloud region in Frankfurt.
Google has revealed that its new cloud region in Israel will be located near Tel Aviv, and outlined its expansion across South America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. The new Tel Aviv region will help start-ups scale up and add to regions opened in: Warsaw, Poland; Delhi NCR, India; Melbourne, Australia; and Toronto, Canada.
The new cloud regions in Columbus and Dallas should help local organizations deliver apps with lower latency.