CoreSite – San Francisco Bay Area Data Center

CoreSite’s San Francisco Bay Area data center is an 80,000 square-foot colocation, Tier III based infrastructure facility. Located in Milpitas, CA at 1656 McCarthy Blvd, the data center provides a 24″ raised floor and ceiling heights above the raised floor that exceed 14’. The CoreSite data center facilitates more than 200 international and national carriers, social media companies, cloud computing providers, media and entertainment firms, and enterprise customers. The CoreSite facility is SSAE 16 Type II certified and provides their excellent security features through onsite officers, mantraps, and CCTV surveillance. Key card and biometric scanners are installed at multiple checkpoints before accessing any resource in the data center. The pre action fire suppression is installed in the data center to protect from any fire hazard.

CoreSite offers robust connectivity via 100 Mbps, 1Gbps, and 10Gbps offerings, as well as fiber and DWDM service. The CoreSite San Francisco data center has access to 70+ networks, 20+ carriers and ISP’s. The data center has inter-site connectivity to other CoreSite data centers and common carrier access to regional data centers and communication hubs. The colocation services are provided through single standard-power density cabinets, high-power density cabinets, large cages or private suites. The data center features 24-hour services such as the Operations Support Center, remote hands, receiving, storage, and loading dock access. Customer service facilities include conference rooms, offices, kitchens, and tech lounges as well.

About CoreSite

CoreSite LLC founded in 2001 and based in Denver, Colorado provides data center, collocation services, and peering services. CoreSite supports more than 750 customers across 14 data centers in 9 major markets, providing more than 2,000,000 square feet of data center space and 100+ MW of power under management. CoreSite formerly known as CRG West, began operating two of the world’s most densely connected carrier neutral data centers continued to expand its data center foot prints across the United States: One Wilshire in downtown, Los Angeles and the original MAE West data center at 55 S. Market Street in San Jose, California. This company also operates the Any2 internet peering exchange, one of the largest peering communities in the United States. The company’s customer base includes carriers and mobile operators, content and cloud providers, media and entertainment, and global enterprises ranging from start-ups to fortune 500 organizations. In 2009, the company rebranded itself from CRG West to CoreSite. CoreSite has been a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange since 2010.

CoreSite – San Francisco Bay Area Data Center
1656 McCarthy Blvd.
Milpitas, CA 95035

About CoreSite

CoreSite LLC founded in 2001 and based in Denver, Colorado provides data center, collocation services, and peering services. CoreSite supports more than 750 customers across 14 data centers in 9 major markets, providing more than 2,000,000 square feet of data center space and 100+ MW of power under management. CoreSite formerly known as CRG West, began operating two of the world’s most densely connected carrier neutral data centers continued to expand its data center foot prints across the United States: One Wilshire in downtown, Los Angeles and the original MAE West data center at 55 S. Market Street in San Jose, California. This company also operates the Any2 internet peering exchange, one of the largest peering communities in the United States. The company’s customer base includes carriers and mobile operators, content and cloud providers, media and entertainment, and global enterprises ranging from start-ups to fortune 500 organizations. In 2009, the company rebranded itself from CRG West to CoreSite. CoreSite has been a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange since 2010.

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