In recent weeks Zack Nelson has confirmed to V3 that NetSuite will be opening 2 European Data Centres in 2015, but has not yet revealed their locations.

NetSuite revealed its plans for European data centres in 2013, partially in a bid to address the concerns of its European customers over data privacy. NetSuite's user data is currently stored on servers in the US.

Having two data centres in Europe would allow NetSuite to expand its presence in the market and give it the legitimacy to provide cloud services to the public sector, a segment of the market that is currently out of its reach owing to concerns over data sovereignty and privacy.

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