American Internet Services (FADC 2)
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American Internet Services (FADC 2) is located in the area San Diego, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 10-12-2009.
American Internet Services
8939 Complex Drive
92123 San Diego
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American Internet Services' Fiber Alley Data Center (FADC) is a collection of three standalone data centers, all located on Complex Drive in the San Diego Spectrum area of Clairemont Mesa. FADC facilities are SAS 70 Type II compliant and offer N+1 or better redundancy on all data center systems.
With colocation space offerings including private suites, custom cages and multi-sized locking cabinets, AIS' FADC can accommodate the needs of local, regional and international businesses of any size. Regardless of physical location, our clients can always leverage from 24x7x365 onsite support personnel for remote hands services that are provided at no cost.
As with all AIS facilities, FADC offers direct carrier-neutral access to many of the world's leading carriers and network service providers. In addition to carrier-neutral access, companies can choose to leverage from the portfolio of managed AIS networking services including performance routed IP and seamless private layer 2 transport to any remote AIS data center. With AIS Van Buren (VBDC) located in Phoenix, AZ, out-of-state disaster recovery has never been easier or more affordable.
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