Southern Florida is your gateway to Central America-but protection against natural disasters is key. Aptum's Miami colocation data center is built to support mission-critical business websites and applications. It has never suffered a power outage to a natural disaster since its construction in 1984. The building is category 5 hurricane resistant and falls within a Critical Area 1, meaning it is top priority for utility renewal in the event of an emergency.
The Miami data center is perfectly suited for customers seeking choice for fully managed primary and secondary colocation services.
CERTIFIED AND RELIABLE The Miami Data Center is SOC 1 Type 2 audit and PCI v3.2 certified for secure zone and colocation services. To ensure maximum uptime, all components are N+1 redundant. Colocation and managed hosting solutions are backed by two separate backup power supplies: uninterruptible power supply (UPS) N+1 and diesel generator N+1.
ULTIMATE FLEXIBILITY The Miami Data Center provides 120 hours of on-site fuel storage capacity, giving you plenty of flexibility as your needs grow and offering peace-of-mind in the event of a natural disaster. The facility is carrier-neutral with several carriers present. And no matter how your needs scale, you'll have fast, reliable connections round the globe thanks to our proprietary FastFiber Network®.