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Where are the clusters and servers located?

We are dedicated to offering high performance search and excellent user experience. For these reasons, we have deployed a distributed architecture with clusters around the world.

We currently have clusters in 16 different regions, spread over 70 different data centers worldwide:

  • US-East (Virginia): two different Equinix data centers in Ashburn & COPT DC-6 in Manassas (three independent Autonomous Systems).

  • US-West (California): three different Equinix data centers in San Jose (three independent Autonomous Systems).

  • US-Central (Texas): two different data centers in Dallas (two independent Autonomous Systems).

  • Europe (France): four different data centers in Roubaix, two different data centers in Strasbourg and one data center in Gravelines.

  • Europe (Netherlands): four different data centers around Amsterdam.

  • Europe (Germany): seven different data centers in Falkenstein and one data center in Frankfurt (two independent Autonomous Systems).

  • Europe (UK): two different datacenters in London (two independent Autonomous Systems).

  • Canada: four different data centers in Beauharnois.

  • Middle East: one data center in Dubai.

  • Singapore: two different data center in Singapore (two independent Autonomous Systems).

  • Brazil: three different data centers around São Paulo (two independent Autonomous Systems).

  • Japan: one data center in Tokyo and one data center in Osaka.

  • Australia: three data centers in Sydney (two independent Autonomous Systems).

  • India: one data center in Noida.

  • Hong Kong: two different data centers (two independent Autonomous Systems).

  • South Africa: two data centers in Johannesburg (two independent Autonomous Systems).

When you create your account, you can pick which region you want to use. You can also use our DSN feature to distribute your search engine in multiple regions, and decrease the latency for your audience in different parts of the world.

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