What are the differences between "New York 1 2 and 3"?

I am trying to set up droplet and still new to this process. I haven’t found answer to this question yet. Some clarification would be helpful, thanks.

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Location isn’t the only difference. For instance they have different levels of Compliance: NYC1 for instance isn’t PCI-DSS compliant.

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We offer droplets in three separate physical facilities in the NYC area. Each of these options refers to a different physical data center and location.