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Miami-Connect is located in the area Miami, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 11-01-2012.
100 N.Biscayne Blvd.
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owned and operated by Miami-Connect, LLC.
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Miami-Connect offers a Tier 3 Telecommunications network and data center facilities with unparalleled secure connectivity for the exchange of Internet traffic and the delivery of advanced network services for mission critical IT systems. The facility is located on the same dual power grids that service major local hospitals and trauma centers, federal and state courthouses and provides its own exception backup power supply. In the event of a power outage, Miami-Connect's tenants have 24/7 back-up power available for all daily business needs.
Miami-Connect offers colocation and other related services to data center users as well as to tenants of the office building located on the upper floors of the site. Miami-Connect features include:
. Redundant generators
. Redundant heating, ventilating and air conditioning with humidity control
. Redundant bandwidth providers utilizing eBGP, iBGP, OSPF, and MPLS
. Direct internet connections ranging from fractional to full T1s and T3s, up to OC-192, WDM and 10 Gig-E (10,000 Mbps)
. Exceptional security
. Resistant to storm damage
. Sealed walls on telecom floors
. Cabinets and cages that feature scalable power and bandwidth, complimented with management services by on-site expert personnel
. Flexible power and bandwidth plans
. Enterprise-level routing equipment
. Floor loads of 55 to 150 pounds per square foot
. Clear height in the second and third floor data center is 10 to 11.5 feet
. Riser space is 10 percent with three riser paths
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