Data storage location (data residency)
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Written by Moodi Mahmoudi
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NEXT offers ultimate flexibility for clients to choose where they want to host, process, and store their data. This option is only available to our Enterprise clients.

Business and Enterprise clients can choose from any of the AWS regions. The list below is the most up to date list as of April 28th, 2023. For new regions, visit AWS Regions and Availability Zones.

Europe

  • Stockholm, Sweden (launched 2018)

  • Frankfurt, Germany (launched 2014)

  • Dublin, Ireland (launched 2007)

  • London, United Kingdom (launched 2016)

  • Milan, Italy (launched 2020)

  • Paris, France (launched 2017)

  • Spain (launched 2022)

  • Zurich, Switzerland (launched 2022)

North America

  • Montreal, Canada Central Launched 2016

  • AWS GovCloud (US-East), United States Launched 2018

  • AWS GovCloud (US-West), United States Launched 2011

  • Northern California, United States Launched 2009

  • Northern Virginia, United States Launched 2006

  • Ohio, United States Launched 2016

  • Oregon, United States Launched 2011

Calgary, Canada West (Coming Soon)

Africa

  • Cape Town, South Africa (launched 2020)\

South America

  • São Paulo, Brazil (launched 2011)

Middle East

  • Manama, Bahrain (launched 2019)

  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates (launched 2022)

Tel Aviv, Israel (Coming Soon)

Australia & New Zealand

  • Melbourne, Australia (launched 2023)

  • Sydney, Australia (launched 2012)

Auckland, New Zealand (Coming Soon)

Asia Pacific

  • Beijing, China

  • Ningxia, China

  • Hong Kong SAR (launched 2019)

  • Hyderabad, India (launched 2022)

  • Jakarta, Indonesia (launched 2021)

  • Mumbai, India (launched 2016)

  • Ningxia, China

  • Osaka, Japan (launched 2021)

  • Seoul, South Korea (launched 2016)

  • Singapore (launched 2010)

  • Tokyo, Japan (launched 2011)

Malaysia (Coming Soon)

Thailand (Coming Soon)

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