One Summer St.
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One Summer St. is located in the area Boston, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 19-12-2011.
Markley Group LLC.
1 Summer Street
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Markley at One Summer Street is New England's largest multi-tenant mission-critical telecommunications and data center facility. With the longest operating history in the region, our facility houses over 200 tenants including leading financial, healthcare, academic, government, entertainment, and science and technology firms. In addition to our reliable and secure data center, Markley offers cloud computing and global peering opportunities.
With connectivity to over 50 domestic and international network providers, Markley is the only "Carrier Hotel" in the region. One Summer Street is the intersection of all major fiber routes in New England. Featuring eight points of entry, Markley is a centralized location to which any and all backbone networks can be delivered with unmatched performance and low latency. We house the only bandwidth exchange which allows clients the ability to choose and connect to multiple and diverse networks, while reducing costs and complexity.
Here at Markley we understand that as your company grows, your IT needs do as well. Whether you are looking to build a private data center suite or construct a cloud computing platform, we will help develop and customize solutions that fit your needs and provide your business with exceptional support 24/7.
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