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GothAlice

What I'm really looking forward to is a datacenter in Canada; some systems specifically require that data is not housed outside of Canada, or even specifically not in the US due to several of the anti-privacy laws passed during Bush's presidency.

Mark Pottorff

Great to see the system expanding.

Account Deleted

CloudBerry Explorer freeware now supports US-West region too. http://s3.cloudberrylab.com/

S3 Browser Team

S3 Browser - Windows Client for Amazon S3 is also supporting new Northern California (US-West) Region.

You can download it from here:
http://s3browser.com

Regards,
S3 Browser Team

David Kocher

Support for the new US West location constraint has been added to the latest nightly snapshot build of Cyberduck available at http://update.cyberduck.ch/nightly/

Screenshot of the default bucket location preference available at http://sudo.ch/2009/12/06/s3-us-west-northern-california-region/

dkocher

The latest Cyberduck nightly build includes support for the new S3 US-West (Northern California) Region.

Refer to the Cyberduck Blog for more information.

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