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RackAlley LA1 is located in the area Los Angeles, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 08-12-2014.
This data center is located within One Wilshire Building
624 S Grand Ave
90017 Los Angeles
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1U to 47U Colocation Space
RackAlley.com offers premium colocation, dedicated servers and cloud hosting. Our network is backed by multiple 10G backbones and is fully redundant. We have 24/7 onsite support as well as redundant support (tm). All name brand hardware, real server grade machines and clean network.
Located in Downtown Los Angeles this premium Tier 4 datacenter is the preeminent telecommunications hub on the west coast and features all the amenities associated with the highest end datacenters. We are a few feet away from the Meet Me Room in One Wilshire which has tens of thousands of cross-connections making it perhaps the most interconnected space in the entire world.
One Wilshire is equipped with four (4), 3750 KVA, 480 volt transformers and one (1), 5,000 KVA, 4160 transformer all fed by the Department of Water and Power. One Wilshire currently maintains five 2,000kw generators, which support the tenants' main electrical power in the event of a power interruption fuel storage is maintained to run generators for up to 48 hours.
Dual-interlock, dry-pipe pre-action fire suppression system with VESDA
24x7 Staffing and site access, Mantraps, Biometric access control, CCTV surveillance
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