Cloudflare Grows its Network By 25 Percent to Speed Up and Secure the Internet

Global expansion increases Cloudflare’s overall network to more than 250 cities in over 100 countries

San Francisco, CA, September 13, 2021 — Cloudflare, Inc. (NYSE: NET), the security, performance, and reliability company helping to build a better Internet, today announced that it has grown its network to span more than 250 cities in over 100 countries, doubling its overall network capacity to 100Tbps in the last two years. By continuously expanding and optimizing its network, Cloudflare is able to deliver a faster and more reliable Internet experience to users and businesses anywhere in the world.

More is more when it comes to building the fastest network. The closer Cloudflare is to every human on Earth, the faster it can deliver content to websites, applications, and corporate networks securely and reliably. That’s because traffic typically must travel a far distance between the user's location and a data center, or flow through multiple networks in the process. Over the years, Cloudflare has built a network of highways across the Internet so that each additional data center brings content closer to Internet users around the world. What’s more, today Cloudflare’s network interconnects with over 9,800 networks globally, including major ISPs, cloud services, and enterprises to reduce the unpredictability and speed blocks of traffic flowing across multiple networks.

“We want to optimize the scale and intelligence of our network so that Cloudflare is not only the most global network on Earth, but also the most local one,” said Matthew Prince, co-founder and CEO of Cloudflare. “We will continue to invest in bringing our network closer to as many people as possible because we believe in providing security, privacy, and reliability for all. On top of expanding our network, we’ll soon share more on how we are creating the fastest modern network.”

Cloudflare now has a presence in three new locations across Europe: Cork, Ireland; Palermo, Italy; and Ekaterinburg, Russia. In total, Cloudflare has data centers in all of the below 47 cities across 30 countries across Europe.

Amsterdam, NLDublin, IELondon, GB
Athens, GRDüsseldorf, DELuxembourg City, LU
Barcelona, ESEdinburgh, GBMadrid, ES
Belgrade, RSEkaterinburg, RUManchester, GB
Berlin, DEFrankfurt, DEMarseille, FR
Brussels, BEGeneva, CHMilan, IT
Bucharest, ROGothenburg, SEMoscow, RU
Budapest, HUHamburg, DEMunich, DE
Chișinău, MDHelsinki, FIOslo, NO
Copenhagen, DKKyiv, UAPalermo, IT
Cork, IELisbon, PTParis, FR
Prague, CZSt. Petersburg, RUVilnius, LT
Reykjavík, ISStockholm, SEWarsaw, PL
Riga, LVTallinn, EEZagreb, HR
Rome, ITThessaloniki, GRZürich, CH
Sofia, BGVienna, AT

Cloudflare is in 84 cities across Asia, including 37 locations in Mainland China and new additions in: Adelaide, Australia; Canberra, Australia; Chittagong, Bangladesh; Dhaka, Bangladesh; Jashore, Bangladesh; Thimphu, Bhutan; Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei; Kolkata, India; Bengaluru, India; Nagpur, India; Jakarta, Indonesia; Vientiane, Laos; Johor Bahru, Malaysia; Male, Maldives; Yangon, Myanmar; Cagayan, Philippines; Surat, Thani, Thailand.

Adelaide, AUHohhot, CNPerth, AU
Anqing, CNHong KongPhnom Penh, KH
Auckland, NZHuainan, CNQingdao, CN
Bandar Seri Begawan, BNHyderabad, INQinhuangdao, CN
Bangkok, THIslamabad, PKQuanzhou, CN
Baoji, CNJakarta, IDQuzhou, CN
Beijing, CNJashore, BDSeoul, KR
Bengaluru, INJinan, CNShanghai, CN
Brisbane, AUJinhua, CNShenyang, CN
Cagayan, PHJohor Bahru, MYShiyan, CN
Canberra, AUKarachi, PKSingapore, SG
Cebu City, PHKathmandu, NPSuqian, CN
Changde, CNKolkata, INSurat Thani, TH
Changzhou, CNKuala Lumpur, MYSydney, AU
Chengdu, CNLahore, PKTaizhou, CN
Chengmai, CNLangfang, CNTaipei
Chennai, INLanzhou, CNThimphu, BT
Chittagong, BDMacauTokyo, JP
Colombo, LKMale, MVUlaanbaatar, MN
Dalian, CNManila, PHVientiane, LA
Dhaka, BDMaoming, CNWuxi, CN
Foshan, CNMelbourne, AUXianyang, CN
Fuzhou, CNMumbai, INXining, CN
Guangzhou, CNNagpur, INXinu, CN
Guiyang, CNNanchang, CNYangon, MM
Haikou, CNNew Delhi, INYichang, CN
Hanoi, VNNoumea, NCYiyang, CN
Ho Chi Minh City, VNOsaka, JPZhengzhou, CN

Cloudflare’s network in North America totals data centers in 49 cities, including 7 in Canada and a new location in Honolulu, Hawaii.

North America
Ashburn, USChicago, USHonolulu, US
Atlanta, USColumbus, USHouston, US
Boston, USDallas, USIndianapolis, US
Buffalo, USDenver, USJacksonville, US
Calgary, CADetroit, USKansas City, US
Charlotte, USHagåtña, USLas Vegas, US
Los Angeles, USOmaha, USSan Jose, US
McAllen, USOttawa, CASaskatoon, CA
Memphis, USPhiladelphia, USSeattle, US
Mexico City, MXPhoenix, USSt. Louis, US
Miami, USPittsburgh, USTallahassee, US
Minneapolis, USPortland, USTampa, US
Montgomery, USQuerétaro, MXToronto, CA
Montréal, CARichmond, USVancouver, CA
Nashville, USSacramento, USWinnipeg, CA
Newark, USSalt Lake City, US
Norfolk, USSan Diego, US

Across South America and the Caribbean, Cloudflare spans 35 cities. Most notably, the network recently expanded to more than 25 cities in Brazil through a partnership with a prominent ISP in the country– one of the largest simultaneous single-country expansions to date.

South America and the Caribbean
Americana, BRFortaleza, BRSan José, CR
Arica, CLGuatemala City, GTSt George's, GD
Asunción, PYItajaí, BRSão Paulo, BR
Belém, BRLima, PESorocaba, BR
Belo Horizonte, BRMedellín, COTegucigalpa, HN
Blumenau, BRNeuquen, ARValparaíso, CL
Bogotá, COPanama City, PAWillemstad, CW
Brasília, BRParamaribo, SR
Buenos Aires, ARPort-Au-Prince, HT
Caçador, BRPorto Alegre, BR
Campinas, BRQuito, EC
Córdoba, ARRibeirão Preto, BR
Curitiba, BRRio de Janeiro, BR
Florianópolis, BRSalvador, BR

Across the Middle East, Cloudflare’s network spans 17 cities with recent additions in: Tbilisi, Georgia and Dammam, Saudi Arabia.

Middle East
Amman, JODubai, AERamallah
Baghdad, IQIstanbul, TRRiyadh, SA
Baku, AZKuwait City, KWTbilisi, GE
Beirut, LBManama, BHTel Aviv, IL
Dammam, SAMuscat, OMYerevan, AM
Doha, QANicosia, CY

Now Cloudflare spans 18 cities across Africa – including recent expansion into: Algiers, DZ; Nairobi, Kenya; Monrovia, Liberia; Antananarivo, Madagascar; and Tunis, Tunisia.

Algiers, DZDjibouti, DJMaputo, MZ
Antananarivo, MGDurban, ZAMombasa, KE
Cape Town, ZAJohannesburg, ZAMonrovia, LR
Casablanca, MAKigali, RWNairobi, KE
Dakar, SNLagos, NGPort Louis, MU
Dar es Salaam, TZLuanda, AOTunis, TN

To learn more about Cloudflare’s global network, please visit the resources below: Cloudflare Speed Week Landing Page Blog Post: Cloudflare Passes 250 Cities, Triples External Network Capacity, 8x-es Backbone

About Cloudflare

Cloudflare, Inc. ( / @cloudflare) is on a mission to help build a better Internet. Cloudflare’s suite of products protect and accelerate any Internet application online without adding hardware, installing software, or changing a line of code. Internet properties powered by Cloudflare have all web traffic routed through its intelligent global network, which gets smarter with every request. As a result, they see significant improvement in performance and a decrease in spam and other attacks. Cloudflare was named to Entrepreneur Magazine’s Top Company Cultures 2018 list and ranked among the World’s Most Innovative Companies by Fast Company in 2019. Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, Cloudflare has offices in Austin, TX, Champaign, IL, New York, NY, San Jose, CA, Seattle, WA, Washington, D.C., Toronto, Lisbon, London, Munich, Paris, Beijing, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo.

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