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Are you searching for a colocation service in California,
Anaheim, Bakersfield, Glendale, Huntington Beach, Irivine,
Long Beach, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino,
San Diego, Santa Ana, CA? We can help.
Anaheim Colocation - Anaheim is home to a couple
facilities offering colocation. Millennium Systems has
dual DS3 lines in Anaheim and Irvine. Millennium is
designed to furnish small, medium, and large sites with
affordable, reliable and practical Internet solutions.
AM6 Networks has a small 4,000 square foot facility
on 2461 W. La Palma Ave with Level(3) peering.
Bakersfield Colocation - internet Galaxy started
as a local ISP that also provide colocation and hosting
services in the city of Bakersfield, and went on to
become a national ISP and Commerce Solution Provider.
Its colocation facility boasts "one of the most state-of-the-art
networks in Bakersfield."
Glendale Colocation - Glendale used to have
a 5,000 square foot facility owned and operated by Verado
Holdings that closed down in 2001.
Huntington Beach Colocation - Huntington Beach's
colocation facilities seem to be local and industry
specific. Ohana Enterprises and RestauranTech co-locate
their facility in Huntington Beach with remote backup
solutions and POS support, but most of the clientele
are in the restaurant and hospitality industries. It's
probably better to seek colocation services in Orange
County around Irvine and Santa Ana.
Irvine Colocation - Irvine has a very strong
tech industry, and like any other city driven by its
tech companies, there is sure to be colocation facilities
big and small meeting the needs of any sized business.
InteleNet owns and operates a 55,000 square foot data
center located in Irvine. The company is a carrier neutral
ISP with several Tier 1 bandwidth providers including:
Verizon, Time Warner, Cox, XO, AT&T and Internap. Millennium
Systems, Inc. is one of Orange County's leading colocation
service providers. They're located near the Irvine Spectrum.
Hosting.com also owns a data center from which they
purchased from XO Communications in 2005. The 36,000-square-foot
square data center was built at N+2 redundancy offering
colocation solutions for customers of all sizes. Not
to be outdone, AT&T owns a data center in Irvine with
75,000 square foot of raised floor space available for
colocation. The Telco-grade building is built to withstand
natural disasters and a level 4 earthquake. Within these
data centers are various colocation facilities. Look
around town and you'll find even more data centers.
The network infrastructure in Irvine is vast and healthy.
Irvine's colocation facilities are ready to help any
growing business and accommodate to more established
Long Beach Colocation - Long Beach has a locally
based company called Rocket InterNetWorking. It's a
telecom provider offering DSL, T1/T3, fiber and wireless
connectivity. They operate the premiere colocation facility
in the downtown Long Beach district eliminating the
need for local businesses to commute to LA or Orange
County for colocation services. The network was designed
from the ground up to be an extension of the One Wilshire
building in Los Angeles. Customers can easily cross-connect
with anyone who has a presence in One Wilshire through
Los Angeles Colocation- LA colocation solutions
are vast. There are many colocations in LA County, most
of them in Downtown LA. There are some buildings that
are better connected than others and some in better
physical locations for customers due to their size and
connectivity. The largest most renowned data centers
are also called Carrier Tel Co Hotels because all of
the phone and fiber companies are tenants in the building.
They are the best solution for server colocation in
California and they are One Wilshire which is located
at 1 Wilshire Blvd (corner of 624 South Grand Avenue
and 1 Wilshire Blvd), One Telecom Center "Telecom Center
LA" at 530 West 6th St. and 600 West 7th. The reason
these three buildings are infamous is because they are
the main corridors of fiber for all of Downtown Los
Angeles and are directly connected to one another. Many
little Telco hotels started to extend from these buildings
and have propped up all over downtown LA making Downtown
LA a premier connectivity location. One Wilshire is
the largest tel co hotel in the western US and is one
of the world's most interconnected facilities.
One Wilshire houses over 240 telecom carriers and internet
service providers in the building. Some of the features
are rooftop access, a Meet-Me room designed for provider
peering and interconnectivity, an MDF service which
allows optical connections between building tenants,
Wireless Meet-Me rooms and conditioned spaces for providers
looking to establish a point of presence in a turnkey
solution. Some building tenants of this great Los Angeles
Data Center include AT&T, Broadwing, Cable & Wireless,
Global Crossing, Level 3 Communications, Worldcom, PacBell,
Qwest Communications, Sprint, Time Warner, Verizon and
One Telecom center, also known as Telecom Center LA,
is a robust facility adjacent to One Wilshire. It contains
a direct conduit to One Wilshire Meet-Me room. Most
major local loop and long haul carriers are present
including MCI Worldcom, Qwest, Williams, AT&T, PacBell,
GTE, Level 3, Time Warner Telecom and Nextlink/XO. The
building was renovated just 10 years ago. 600 West 7th
has the same prestige and carriers as Telecom Center
LA and is home to carriers such as ICG Telecom Group,
Inc., 360 Networks, Inc., Southern California Edison,
Fibernet Equal Access LLC, Level 3 Communications LLC,
Looking Glass Networks, Inc., MFS Worldcom (Metropolitan
Fiber Systems), Southern California Edison Company,
AT&T / TCG Los Angeles, T-Systems, and Verizon and offers
Meet-Me room interconnection between tenants roof top
space as well as unmatched network redundancy.
Riverside Colocation - Riverside has the finest
fiber optic network in Riverside County offering a good
disaster-recovery solution in the Southland. In the
industrial district of Hunter Business Park is the 56-acre
University Research Park. There are tax incentives for
businesses locating or expanding to the city. The city
has a 23,000 square foot colocation data center. Las
Vegas-based MarquisNet opened the state-of-the-art Tier
4 facility with colocation and disaster recovery, and
features a redundant SAS 70 compliant 2N+1 architecture.
The facility is in a fast-growing city, but there is
still plenty of colocation space. Riverside is less
than an hour's drive from Los Angeles and is a viable
option for colocation service, or even business expansion.
San Bernardino Colocation - San Bernardino is
a fast growing city, but its county is still largely
undeveloped. There are is only one colocation facility
in the city operated by AM6 Networks, located at 5705
Industrial Pkwy. The building has Level(3), Qwest, XO,
and MCI peering. If you're looking for rural disaster
backup, though, you may consider San Bernardino.
San Diego Colocation - San Diego is a fiber
rich city. Finding a location isn't difficult. Choosing
one is. There are many companies with carrier-class
colocation facilities and robust network backbones.
Level(3) has a facility in San Diego on 8929 Aero Drive,
and brings their robust backbone into the city. Complex
Drive on 8913 Complex Dr. operates a carrier-grade data
center that houses 10 Tier 1 fiber connections, and
6 of its core Cisco routers. They allow customers to
choose either a multi-homed bandwidth connection, or
just one of their 10 in-building fiber connections.
They claim to be "Southern California's leading provider
of colocation."Other major companies in the colocation
market, like Internap have a presence in San Diego,
but you can also find independent colocation companies
in the city offered at much lower prices and catering
to small- to medium-sized businesses. American Internet
Service (AIS) developed an 80,000 square foot data center
making it the largest independent colocation provider
in Southern California. Their facility is in the San
Diego Tech Center on 9305 Lightwave Ave. AIS have Fortune
500 clients, but they also serve a broad range of small-
and medium- sized business customers.
Santa Ana Colocation -Santa Ana is next to Irvine,
which already has a large selection of colocation facilities.
Santa Ana has a few of its own, though. At the border
of Irvine and Santa Ana sits a data center owned and
operated by XO Communications with colocation companies
renting space. The small 4,000 square foot facility
is at 1928 E Deere Ave. iland Internet Solutions data
center, AM6 Networks colocation facility, and Simra
Hosting are some of the companies in this building.
The data center has OC-192 connectivity in a controlled
carrier-class space and network access. PacBell/SBC,
Time Warner, and COX provide multiple Tier 1 backbones.
The building is also directly peered with One Wilshire
in Los Angeles. A much bigger facility located in the
Irvine Business Complex at 2001 East Dyer Road in Santa
is a 363,000 square-foot Carrier Hotel and Data Center
developed for communications carriers and Internet service
providers. It is strategically located between Los Angeles
and San Diego at the nexus of six major fiber-optic
routes. It features a 10,000-square-foot carrier-neutral
meet-me room that allows diverse service carriers to
co-locate their points of presence and access each other's
services in a fully secured and supported environment.