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Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, St. Petersburg,
Tallahassee, and Tampa, FL? We can help.
Fort Lauderdale Colocation - Fort Lauderdale
offers an alternative location for colocation services
in South Florida aside from Miami. 1Vault Networks owns
and operates its own data center at 5301 NW 33rd Avenue.
This 66,000 square foot facility is conveniently located
between I-95 and Florida's Turnpike, right off Commercial
Blvd., making it accessible from the Tri-county region.
Many Enterprise level and Fortune 500 corporations call
1Vault's facility home. The fully redundant infrastructure
offer diverse fiber entry points provided by Tier 1
bandwidth providers: NTT/Verio, Level(3), and Qwest.
Affinity, a provider of web hosting solutions for small-
and medium-sized businesses owns a Class A data center
in Fort Lauderdale. The pricing may be a bit pricy,
so see if their services fit into your price range.
WorldLEC is a provider of internet access headquartered
in Fort Lauderdale. They may have broadband-solutions
to meet your colocation needs, as well. CityReach International,
the European interconnection and colocation specialist,
opened its first US office in the greater Fort Lauderdale
area, so international companies can look towards Fort
Lauderdale as a viable option.
Jacksonville Colocation -421 West Church Street
is a 250,000 square foot dedicated carrier hotel/interconnect
facility in Jacksonville. The carrier neutral facility
is home to Northeast Florida's largest concentration
of Internet and telecommunication companies with 15
carriers and over 50 telecom related companies. MCI
and AT&T also have pipelines at the DS3 level running
throughout Jacksonville. Peak 10, the Southeast's leading
data center operator and managed services provider has
a 9,000 square foot IMB certified data center in Jacksonville.
Located at 4905 Belfort Road Ste 145, the facility features
redundant power and multiple, physically-diverse carrier-agnostic
high-speed OC3 connections. Over on 200 W. Forsythe
Colo4jax is a local facilities-based content and colocation
network headquartered in Jacksonville. Some of the carriers
in the facility include Qwest, Verison / MCI / UUNet
/ Xspedius, and Progress Telecom. Through dark fiber,
colo4jax can reach Sprint, Wiltel, Level(3), Savvis,
Broadwing, XO, and Global Crossing; plus every carrier
POP and every Central Office in town.
Miami Colocation -Miami has been ranked as one
of the top five best interconnected cities in the world,
ahead of San Francisco, Chicago, and Washington, D.C.
Downtown Miami is an area that has numerous telecommunication
carrier facilities, fiber loops, international cable
landings, and multiple power grids. There's the fear
of hurricanes, but Miami has many data centers specifically
designed to withstand Category 5 hurricanes.
Terremark Worldwide Inc. has its flagship facility
in Miami. This facility makes Miami the only city in
the U.S. where Optlical, Ethernet, MPLS, Voice, and
Internet traffic is served through a single location.
Its Network Access Point (NAP) provides colocation and
peering, managed services, and dedicated hosting service.
Their facility, Nap of Americas in Miami, is the heart
of connectivity in Miami. Located at 50 NE 9th St.,
it is the first purpose-built, carrier neutral NAP facility
of its kind specifically designed to link Latin America
with the rest of the world. They are not cheap, but
the data center is well lit providing great latency.
The network architecture of the NAP of the Americas
boasts an efficient high-speed parallel cross point
switch fabric. This fabric has a capacity of up to 178,000,000
packets per second of throughput. In addition, edge
switches provide gigabit speed connectivity to the meshed
128 Gbps core chassis peering fabric. You can find the
servers of Google, Yahoo, and AOL in this facility.
The Miami Data Vault Data Center or MDV as it's also
known as is another Miami carrier hotel located on the
highest ground in Miami. The carrier neutral facility
at 100 NE 80th Terrace has Ethernet and fiber connectivity
to major Tier 1 carriers. Level(3), Internap, AT&T,
SBC, Savvis, and Cogent are all available at MDV.
CRG West owns a data center, the Miami Exchange, on
2115 NW 22nd St. between Miami International Airport
and downtown The 48,000 square foot data center, formerly
the WilTel data center, offers diverse fiber paths from
Miami's primary long-haul fiber routes. The data center
can accommodate any colocation user from a single cabinet
to customized cages and even a private floor.
New World Tower in Miami boasts a telecommunications
infrastructure also linked to Latin America. The carrier
hotel on 100 N. Biscayne Blvd hosts several colocation
companies as tenants. A Meet-Me-Room designed for telecom
tenants is available. The Miami Data Center is home
to Level(3) on 49 NW 5th St. and provides 17,035 square
feet of raised floor space, and provides easy access
to Level(3)'s premier broadband network.
You can find the carrier neutral colocation center
of XO Communications at 16563 NW 15th Ave., Telefonica
KeyCenter at 11300 NW 25th St., Switch & Data at 1 NE
1st St. (one of two locations), Digital Realty Trust
operating TelX at 36 NE 2nd St. (PAIX services available)
and Americas Gateway Center at 2300 NW 89th Pl. (home
to Peer1's colocation facility), Infolink at 1953 NW
22nd St., and Cogent Data Center on 200 SE 1st St.
If you want to find space for your own facility, swing
by 11500 NW 25th St. and you'll find the Dolphin Commerce
Center with a 196,000 square foot facility developed
for data center use by a major international telecom
provider. Engineered to withstand a Category 5 hurricane,
the data center is served by over 2,500 strands of fiber
with multiple carriers currently serving or planning
network builds to the building.
Orlando Colocation -Level(3)has a data center
with 19,051 square foot of raised floor space located
at 380 Lake Destiny Drive. The building has connectivity
through multiple OC-192 and is connected to Jacksonville
and Miami. Level(3) has alternate carriers to this facility:
Time Warner Local, MCI WorldCom Local, Sprint, BellSouth,
Progress Telecom, and XO Communications. Multiple colocation
companies are located within this building, such as
AM6 Networks, Orlando Tech Works, and Vortech.
HostDime operates its privately owned data center (Data
Center 2 aka DC2) in north Orlando. The 12,000 square
foot facility is resistant to Category 5 hurricanes.
Its connectivity is supplied 3 Gig-E Level3 (3,000 Mbps)
fiber optic lines, a Gig-E Time Warner Telecom (1,000
Mbps) fiber optic line, and multiple third-party carriers.
A Sprint backbone and another Time Warner Telecom GigE
backbone are planned. Also connected to Level(3) and
Time Warner is locally owned and managed Spiderhost.
Their carrier-neutral data center is used for the company's
100% business focus serving Central Florida with business
Internet solutions. Atlantic.Net's Tier 1 data center
on 440 West Kennedy Blvd. offers business services including
high-speed Internet access, web site services and telecommunications.
Atlantic.Net is Florida's largest privately held ISP,
and like many local ISPs around the country, they offer
local colocation services.
St. Petersburg Colocation - Headquartered in
St. Petersburg is DataGlyphics. Though mainly a software
development company, they have a multi-homed Internet
data center at their headquarters. The Internet Data
Center DataGlyphics provides colocation and hosting
services to its customers through Tier 1 providers GTE
and Global Center's backbones. There are other mom and
pop shops that you can look to in St. Petersburg for
colocation as well. An appealing colocation alternative
for St. Petersburg businesses may lie across the bay,
though. St. Petersburg is just across the Gandy Bridge
Tallahassee Colocation - Located just south
of the border between Georgia and Florida, Tallahassee
has significantly less colocation facilities than the
metro areas of Miami and Orlando to the southeast. Even
so, there are a number of local service providers that
may suit your needs if your business is in the city.
According to the 421 West Church Street Carrier Hotel
website, Tallahassee is one of several cities that is
"Level(3) communications and colocation based." You
may want to look into that facility if you're willing
to collocate out of the city. There is also Atlanta
to the North and Tampa and Orlando to the South. On
the most part, Tallahassee's locally-based pool of colocation
facilities are through local companies like Network
Tallahassee, which are local ISPs providing other Internet
data services. Any local businesses looking for colocation
services may want to check one of them out.
Tampa Colocation -Tampa is on the western coast
of Florida; away from the worse hurricane prone areas
of the state. Data centers in Florida are built to withstand
Category 5 hurricanes, but if it's still a concern,
Tampa may offer a better colocation solution to soothe
Level(3) has a data center on 7909 Woodland Center
Blvd. This facility has 20,373 square feet of raised
floor space. It has connections to Miami and New Orleans.
Alternate carriers in the facility are Time Warner Local,
WorldCom Local, Verizon, Progress Telecom, NEXTLINK,
and FPL (FPL Fibernet). XO Communications' data center
in Tampa is located at 5904-A Hampton Oaks Pkwy. Colocation
facilities in this data center can be found offering
carrier-class hosting, security, and all the amenities
that XO brings. Switch and Data' data center on 655
N Franklin St 1000 within the 22-story Franklin Exchange
in downtown Tampa. It's within the vicinity of ITC Deltacom,
Florida Digital Network and Park Tower, another major
Tampa Telco hotel.
Speaking of Park Tower, this building is mainly a Class
A 36-floor office building (3rd tallest building in
all of Florida) located on 400 N. Tampa Street. This
building has easy access to the Crosstown Expressway
and I-275. Along with the many restaurants and business
offices, Park Tower is a telecom hub of downtown Tampa,
supporting 12 Fiber providers and 3 wireless providers.
One of its telecom tenants is E Solutions. E Solutions
has a Tier 3 data center that contains its own 1,000KV
substation and fully redundant (N+1) system components,
which exceeds the uptime and maintainability requirements
for any commercial enterprise. Also in the building
are E Solution's corporate offices and a Tier 1 data
center. E Solutions boast clients like the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers, the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Tampa Bay Storms,
and 13 major league baseball teams. Look into the other
colocation companies this facility has to offer.
Sago Networks has a data center in Tampa on 4465 W.
Gandy Blvd. This 82,000 square foot facility is made
for colocation, dedicated server hosting and data storage/disaster
recovery. It is 15 minutes from Tampa International
Airport and easy access to major Interstate highways
nearby. The facility connectivity through XO Communications,
Sprint, Level(3), PCCW Global, Global Crossing and Tiscali.
Sago Networks is connected to 2 major NAPs in the southeastern
United States: TelX's 56 Marrietta in Atlanta and the
NAP of the Americas in Miami. Sago Networks has its
own fiber ring between their 3 major facilities in Atlanta,
Tampa, and Miami. This new ring is scalable up to 800Gbps
between those cities. The long-haul fiber network allows
Sago to expand into the markets of Orlando and Jacksonville
making all carriers available in all the cities.
Peak10 in Tampa is an IBM certified data center on
9417 Corporate Lake Drive with all the features found
in all other Peak10 data centers: redundant power and
carrier-agnostic multiple OC3 Internet connectivity,
etc. The facility is 9,100 square feet and is suitable
for businesses of all sizes. Hivelocity Hosting owns
and operates its own data center in downtown Tampa.
They mainly web hosting solutions, but offer a wide
range of other services including colocation. The facility
has redundant fiber totaling over 3Gbps with UUNET,
Time Warner, Level(3), and Expedius. PowerMedium is
another hosting company with colocation in Tampa, one
of their 7 "strategically placed world-class data centers
around the world."