AD: Stefan Jermann
For Bystronic World Magazine
A series of 3 images — a cover and two interior works.
Represented by Spinning Yarn Reps
Cloud computing infrastructure is becoming increasingly spread out across the globe, with many exotic locations now hosting data centers and other cloud computing infrastructure. With the rise of cloud computing, businesses are increasingly looking to these locations to host their data and applications.
Exotic locations for cloud computing infrastructure offer a number of advantages, including lower costs, improved security, and access to a wider range of resources. For example, many countries in the Middle East and North Africa have become popular locations for cloud computing infrastructure due to their low cost of living and access to abundant natural resources. Additionally, some countries in the Caribbean and South America have become popular locations for cloud computing infrastructure due to their low taxes and strong legal protections for data.
The rise of cloud computing infrastructure in exotic locations has opened up new opportunities for businesses, allowing them to access resources and services that were previously unavailable. By taking advantage of these locations, businesses can reduce their costs, improve their security, and access a wider range of resources.