Global Locations

CDS Data Center Locations

CDS Global Cloud has data center locations all around the world – find the location nearest to you below, and click the corresponding “Buy Now” button to learn more about pricing in your region.

CDS operates 10 key data centers in Beijing with additional key centers in Guangzhou, Shanghai, Wuxi, and Wuhan. Another 50+ satellite centers are situated throughout mainland China.

United States

Dallas: Dallas is the main headquarters of CDS Global Cloud and serves as a central node for trans-American network traffic and a business mecca for multiple industries.

Los Angeles: Los Angeles serves Silicon Valley as well as Asia easily; allowing business to expand internationally as well as nationally.

New York City: New York City is a major business hub serving financial institutions and corporations; CDS Global Cloud connects them to partners and marketplaces worldwide.

Miami:As more companies leave the west coast high-cost regions for more business-friendly locations we decided to follow suit to offer our customers a wide variety of regions. This also allows us to cover South America more strategically.

Virginia:Strategically placed near one of AWS’s largest North American regions. Virginia acts as a hub for the entire east coast of the United States.


Singapore: Adjacent to the Malacca Strait, Singapore has become the internet traffic hub connecting Asia with Europe and Oceania. CDS’ Singapore data center is also operated by Equinix, a leader in the global data center operations.


Jakarta: Indonesia's sprawling capital, located on the northwest coast of Java, Jakarta boasts a robust infrastructure and connectivity. This city's well-established network ensures high-speed internet access and dependable connections, promoting efficient data transfer and seamless communication with global counterparts.


Ho Chi Minh City: Often referred to as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City stands as Vietnam's most populous metropolis. Serving as a key economic and business center in the country, HCMC is pivotal for market growth. Establishing a local data center in this dynamic city can foster market expansion, provide vital support to local enterprises, and fortify an organization's foothold in the vibrant Vietnamese market.

Tokyo: CDS’ Tokyo data center is located at Equinix TY4, which handles than 90% of Japan’s internet traffic. Operated by Equinix, considered a top class data center specialist, TY4 is one of two data centers receiving LEED gold certification in Japan. In addition to servicing CDS Global Cloud, TY4 also serves Google and Microsoft.


Frankfurt: Geographically located at the center of Europe, Frankfurt is the largest transportation hub and financial center in Germany and serves as the central network node of the European continent. Its sophisticated IT infrastructure and network facilities provide excellent coverage of Europe.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong: Our Hong Kong facility is located in one of the 4 Equinix data centers and is strategically situated in one of Asia’s busiest centers for international finance and trade. Known worldwide for their operational reliability an Equinix data center average uptime is >99.9999% and designed with N+1 redundancy. Our Hong Kong data center also offers connections to 85+ network service providers.


Taipei L.Y.: Located in the Chief Telecom complex, CDS has carrier-grade facilities and networking resources reaching throughout Asia. In addition, Chief Telecom is now the IntereXchange center for the majority of IXC (Inter-eXchange Carrier) and submarine cable operators (i.e. Qwest, FLAG, SingTel, MCI, FT, NTT, etc.) providing a platform for e-business and networking for the Greater China area.


AMS-IX: The Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX) is an Internet exchange point situated in Amsterdam, Netherlands. AMS-IX was started in 1994 and is a fast-growing, non-profit, neutral and independent peering point. It is one of the largest Internet Exchanges in the world. CDS is proud to be selected as a member.

South Korea

Seoul is CDS’ newest data center opening on Oct. 31, 2017. With direct connectivity to Tokyo and Shanghai, this data center brings the number of CDS’ Global Interconnected Cloud centers to 17 with more to come.

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