Telx has re-launched its Miami colocation and interconnection facility, just in time for the intensification of hurricane season. Located in downtown Miami at 36 Northeast 2nd Street, Telx’s Miami colocation data center is structurally designed to withstand natural disasters.
As a category 5-rated hurricane building, the structure is outside both the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) 100-year designated flood zone and the Miami-Dade hurricane evacuation zone. Also available from Telx’s facility in Miami are the company’s Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) and Telx Vault backup services, which were both designed to maximize up-time for customers, even in the face of natural disasters.
“Our Miami facility offers businesses some of the best available business continuity and disaster recovery capabilities on the market, housed in the region’s most secure facility,” said William Kolman, Executive Vice President of Sales for Telx. “These features help our customers maintain critical network up-time, even in the face of natural disasters so often faced by the Southeastern United States, while our densely populated Meet Me area offers a wide variety of interconnection possibilities to help grow businesses organically.”
The Telx facility is connected to the Nap of the Americas as well as all major cable landing stations in the area. Telx also provides services from within its Miami facility via its network of Channel Partners.
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February 15 2019 @ 14:45:26 UTC