NordVPN increases access to more than 50% of world’s countries

March 27, 2024



NordVPN has increased its access to more than half of the world’s countries, which now includes Greenland, the Isle of Man, Trinidad and Tobago, Bermuda and Nepal.

According to the company, it has finished its comprehensive network development phase and increased the geography of locations customers can access.

With more than 6,200 servers and access to 111 countries, NordVPN says it now has the broadest geographic coverage of locations among all VPN providers.

While NordVPN used only physical VPN servers in the past, the current extension of supported locations was possible by the introduction of a new set of virtual servers that follows the highest cybersecurity and privacy standards.

An optimal solution

“The main reason we considered using virtual servers was to provide users access to locations where the possibility of establishing high-quality physical servers is scarce, usually because of a limited physical server infrastructure,” said Marijus Briedis, CTO, NordVPN.

“In this situation, virtual servers come as an optimal solution, providing speeds and connection quality equal to that of a physical server.”

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