As more and more people have begun protecting their online privacy, we have had to add 24 new servers in France, Canada, Singapore and the US. This increase coincides with the addition of new exit nodes to our Secure Core network. These new servers and nodes mean our users should see reduced latency. They also increase the capacity of Secure Core and our overall VPN infrastructure to handle the growing traffic.

As part of our effort to optimize our service, we have also continued running constant performance tests and listening to community feedback. We have come to the conclusion that to improve our users’ online experience we need to replace 24 of our servers in the US with a new and better provider. These new servers will be strategically spaced around the US to further reduce latency.

This means that, in total, there are 48 new or improved servers coming online!

For Plus and Visionary users:

France

FR#9 Paris | P2P allowed
FR#10 Paris | P2P allowed
FR#11 Paris | P2P allowed
FR#12 Paris | P2P allowed

Canada

CA#9 Toronto | P2P allowed
CA#10 Toronto | P2P allowed
CA#11 Toronto | P2P allowed
CA#12 Toronto | P2P allowed

United States

US-NY#1 New York City | P2P allowed
US-NY#2 New York City | P2P allowed
US-NY#3 New York City | P2P allowed
US-NY#4 New York City | P2P allowed

US-WA#1 Seattle | P2P allowed
US-WA#2 Seattle | P2P allowed
US-WA#3 Seattle | P2P allowed
US-WA#4 Seattle | P2P allowed
US-WA#5 Seattle | P2P allowed
US-WA#6 Seattle | P2P allowed
US-WA#7 Seattle | P2P allowed
US-WA#8 Seattle | P2P allowed

US-IL#9 Chicago | P2P allowed
US-IL#10 Chicago | P2P allowed
US-IL#11 Chicago | P2P allowed
US-IL#12 Chicago | P2P allowed

US-CA#9 Los Angeles | P2P allowed
US-CA#10 Los Angeles | P2P allowed
US-CA#11 Los Angeles | P2P allowed
US-CA#12 Los Angeles | P2P allowed

US-CO#9 Denver | P2P allowed
US-CO#10 Denver | P2P allowed
US-CO#11 Denver | P2P allowed
US-CO#12 Denver | P2P allowed
US-CO#13 Denver | P2P allowed
US-CO#14 Denver | P2P allowed
US-CO#15 Denver | P2P allowed
US-CO#16 Denver | P2P allowed

Singapore

SG#10 Singapore | P2P allowed
SG#11 Singapore | P2P allowed
SG#12 Singapore | P2P allowed

For Basic Users:

United States

US-IL#105 Chicago
US-IL#106 Chicago
US-IL#107 Chicago
US-IL#108 Chicago

US-CA#113 Los Angeles
US-CA#114 Los Angeles
US-CA#115 Los Angeles
US-CA#116 Los Angeles

Singapore

SG#9 Singapore | P2P allowed

New Secure Core exit nodes

Switzerland – US
Iceland – US
Sweden – France
Iceland – Canada
Switzerland – Canada

Retired Servers
US-IL #105-108
US-CA #109-112
US-IL #1-4
US-CA #5-8
US-CO #1-8

These servers will begin appearing as options in your Proton VPN starting today.

Anyone that has created a profile using one of the retired servers will see that that profile has been deleted.

We hope all our users enjoy the new servers. For everyone considering taking the first step to securing their online activity, join us! There is plenty of room.

Best Regards,
The Proton VPN Team

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