American Internet Services (AIS) Los Angles PoP (OWPOP) is located at 624 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90017. This PoP is located at One Wilshire, a 30-story, 656,000 square foot building at the junction of S. Grand Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard in Downtown Los Angeles, and is located at the epicenter of a rich network of data switches. One Wilshire is home to virtually all of the market leaders in the telecommunications industry in US.
At One Wilshire Point of Presence (OWPOP) in Los Angeles, AIS has installed optical switches and routers to provide highly redundant peering and transit connectivity for the customers. Over 70 IPv4 and IPv6 private peering connections provide direct network connectivity with large domestic content and subscriber networks such as Pandora and Microsoft as well as global content providers, such as Akamai Europe and Singapore Telecom. AIS backbone connectivity in SSAE 16 compliant, SOC 1, 2, and 3 audited One Wilshire includes AT&T, Global Crossing, and Sprint that is more than enough to provide complete backup for AIS San Diego transit requirements. All of this peering and transit access is delivered across the AIS private and redundant 10Gbps (OC-192) connections to separate San Diego facilities, thereby maximizing global network performance across the entire AIS network.
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.
Los Angeles, CA 90017
American Internet Services (AIS) – Los Angeles POP (OWPOP) Highlights
- Point of Presence (PoP)
- Located at One Wilshire, a 30-Story, 656,000 Square Foot Building
- Optical Switches and Routers
- Provide Highly Redundant Peering and Transit Connectivity for the Customers
- Over 70 IPv4 And IPv6 Private Peering Connections
- AIS Private and Redundant 10Gbps (OC-192) Connections to Separate San Diego Facilities