The Los Angeles data center is located at 530 West Sixth St., in the prime space in the heart of city. The data center is a state of the art facility with secure, fast, reliable, and scalable infrastructure. The data center is fed by 1200 A, 480V power feed and power failure is protected by redundant 150 kVA UPS system, and an immediate transfer of load including cooling to 3 x 2 MW diesel generators with on site fuel storage. The colocation services are provided through cabinets and custom sized caged space. The data center is fully locked and staffed 24×7, and on-site is strictly limited by two factor authentication including key card and biometric scanners. The cabinet solutions include 1/4 cabinet with maximum 10 A circuit, 1/2 cabinet with maximum 20 A circuit, and full cabinets with maximum 40 A circuit. The data center has multiple Liebert and APC CRACs units to effectively moderate the temperature, airflow and humidity conditions in the data center for efficient operation of IT equipment. The data center is equipped with multi zoned, triple pre action fire suppression system for life and equipment safety.
Los Angeles data center has great routes to Asia and other Pacific locations as well as 432 fiber strands to 1 Wilshire MMR and DWDM upto 400 Gbps. Colo@ has comprehensive peering arrangement which provide direct connectivity to many locations outside Colo@ facilities. The data center has redundant Internap FCP device to carefully route traffic above and beyond what is possible with standard BGP routing, which routes traffic based on ASN hop counts. The FCP automatically routes traffic around trouble spots and network outages beyond Colo@ network. It also helps traffic select and use the highest performing routes at any given time. The data center is a carrier neutral facility with connectivity options to leading industry carriers and bandwidth providers. The emergency support is provided 24×7.
Los Angeles, CA 90017