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American Internet Services (AIS) – San Diego Fiber Alley (FADC1)

American Internet Services (AIS) San Diego Fiber Alley (FADC1) data center is located at 8913 Complex Drive, San Diego, CA 92123. AIS Fiber Alley Data Center (FADC) is a collection of three standalone colocation data centers all located in the San Diego Spectrum area of Kearny Mesa in central San Diego.

The data center is located at minutes of all five major San Diego freeways, making it one of the only major Southern California IT service destinations able to be reached quickly, even during rush hour. The potential for any type of natural disaster other than an earthquake is extremely unlikely. All the scientific data indicates that data center is at a very low risk of an earthquake that would disrupt data center operation. The shipping and receiving area is isolated from colocation floor. The data center provides amenities like shipping and receiving area with loading dock, client staging area with secure storage, ample onsite parking, client work area equipped with wired Internet, facility wide free wireless Internet access, client lounge, conference room with projector and video conferencing.

The data center offers colocation cabinets in 13u, 17u, 26u, and 54u increments; shared colocation cabinet space in one rack unit increment; private data center suites from 100 square feet to 2,000 square feet, and built to spec private colocation cages. The data center provides raised flooring for the efficient management of power and network cabling. The data center is audited periodically in accordance with SSAE 16 SOC 1, 2, and 3 type 2 requirements. Periodic SSAE 16 SOC audits validate that AIS has the appropriate procedures and controls in place to safeguard client data, equipment, and connectivity. The data center has enforced state of the art security arrangements that includes security personnel 24 x 7 x 365 onsite, video cameras with remote door release, CCTV digital surveillance system with 180 days storage, and digital card access at all data center doors. The data center has FM200 fire suppression system with zone specific discharge throughout the facility.

FADC1 data center is a N+1 redundant power infrastructure facility. The data center has A/B, 208V or 120V power distribution options available, and provides 8 kW of power density. The immediate power failure is protected by APC UPS system in N+1 redundancy. The standby power is provided by emergency diesel generators in N+1 redundancy with minimum 24 hours runtime fuel capacity onsite. The data center has multiple fuel providers with 4 hours response or better. The data center utilize full data grade HVAC systems with N+1 redundancy, N+1 CRAH/CRAC units on all data center floors, and data center space is designed with advanced cold row containment to be both energy efficient and environmentally friendly.

The data center is a carrier neutral facility, and provides connectivity to multiple Tier 1 carriers and is able to maintain continuous connectivity even when carriers fail. The data center offers multiple fiber vaults with diverse fiber entry, and also provides IPv6 data center support. FADC1 offers cross connect to the FADC meet me room and inter cabinet via any media type. 24 x 7 x 365 emergency response to critical events is provided by client service engineers to provide fast solutions to any problem. The NOC staff also provides remote hands and eye support, and managed tape rotation and storage services.

AIS is an enterprise-class data center, cloud, connectivity, and managed services provider company with premium data centers. AIS offers a wide range of data center services including colocation, cloud services; BusinessCloud1 (IaaS), ClearCompute (SasS), private cloud; network services; connectivity and dark fiber, MPLS and private networks; managed services; disaster recovery, managed security, high availability; and professional services. To maximize performance, security, and reliability, AIS manages its own redundant optical network that allows real time service delivery from multiple points on the Internet to any AIS facility. The redundant optical network reaches from San Diego and Los Angeles in Southern California to Phoenix in Central Arizona via diverse routes. AIS has more than 70 Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) peering and backbone connections spread across multiple data centers providing more than 40Gbps of high performance Internet connectivity. The company was created through the combination of several San Diego based Internet Service Providers (ISPs) including WebCC, ADNC, and Internet Express, as well as the acquisition of the Complex Drive chain of data centers. The company was founded in 1989, and is based in San Diego, CA.

American Internet Services (AIS) – San Diego Fiber Alley (FADC1)

American Internet Services (AIS) – San Diego Fiber Alley (FADC1)
8913 Complex Dr.
San Diego, CA 92123

American Internet Services (AIS) – San Diego Fiber Alley (FADC1) Highlights

  • Very Low Risk of Earthquake
  • Located at Minutes of All Five Major San Diego Freeways
  • Amenities
    • Shipping and Receiving Area with Loading Dock
    • Client Staging Area with Secure Storage
    • Ample Onsite Parking
    • Client Work Area Equipped with Wired Internet
    • Facility Wide Free Wireless Internet Access
    • Client Lounge
    • Conference Room with Projector and Video Conferencing
  • Colocation
    • Colocation Cabinets in 13u, 17u, 26u, and 54u Sizes
    • Shared Colocation Cabinet Space in One Rack Unit Increment
    • Private Data Center Suites from 100 Square Feet to 2,000 Square Feet
    • Built to Spec Private Colocation Cages
  • Raised Floor Space
  • Certification and Compliance
    • SSAE 16 Soc 1 Type 2
    • SSAE 16 Soc 2 Type 2
    • SSAE 16 Soc 3 Type 2
  • Security
    • Security Personnel 24 x 7 x 365 Onsite
    • Video Cameras with Remote Door Release
    • CCTV Digital Surveillance System with 180 Days Storage
    • Digital Card Access at All Data Center Doors
  • FM200 Fire Suppression System with Zone Specific Discharge
  • N+1 Redundant Power Infrastructure Facility
  • A/B, 208V or 120V Power
  • 8 KW of Power Density
  • APC UPS Power Distribution System in N+1 Configuration
  • Standby Diesel Generators in N+1 Redundancy
  • Minimum 24 Hours Runtime Fuel Capacity Onsite
  • Multiple Fuel Providers with 4 Hours Response or Better
  • HVAC Systems with N+1 Redundancy
  • N+1 CRAH/CRAC Units on All Data Center Floors
  • Cold Aisle Containment
  • Carrier Neutral Facility
  • Connectivity to Multiple Tier 1 Carriers
  • Diverse Fiber Entrances
  •  IPv6 Data Center Support
  • Cross Connect to the FADC Meet Me Room and Inter Cabinet via Any Media Type
  • 24 x 7 x 365 Emergency Response to Critical Events
  • Onsite Engineers
  • Remote Hands and Eye Support
  • Managed Tape Rotation and Storage Services