“We are proud to partner with Google Cloud to expand our hosting and locations. You can now deploy Lightning workloads globally. Initial operations will be in Iowa, Netherlands, and Singapore,” the company wrote.”Customers have demanded more options outside of AWS, many have also asked for geographic distribution (especially in their local areas) – we will continue to expand into more regions.””This is the first of many advancements we are making to provide the most robust bitcoin and Lightning infrastructure.””Voltage is working with Google Cloud to expand hosting providers and locations. Through this collaboration, customers can create Bitcoin and Lightning Nodes in Google Cloud at a variety of locations around the world. By using Voltage and Google Cloud, customers can deploy their workloads globally via two leading providers,” wrote Google Cloud in a blog post.