Open Hosting’s Miami data center is located at 36 NE 2nd St., Miami, FL 33132. The data center is purpose built facility, outside 500 years floodplain, category 5 hurricane protected, and is located in downtown Miami. Open Hosting partners with ColoHouse for offering its services at this location.
The data center offers colocation through quarter to half and full cabinets, and custom caged space. The facility provides 24,000 square feet of total enclosed space. Antistatic 18 inches raised floor assist with cooling and distribution of airflow. The data center is regularly audited in accordance with SSAE 16 SOC I requirements, and facilitate compliance with multiple industry specific auditing standards, including HIPAA, PCI, SOX, GLB, and Fed Banking regulations. The data center provides state of the art security measures that includes 24×7 security officers, picture identification, key card for elevator use, and CCTV monitoring with archiving. The colocation area can only be accessed by combination of key card and biometric scan. The data center uses TotalPac, a dual alarmed, a dual interlocked, multi zone pre action dry pipe fire protection system for any fire spark.
Miami data center is a reliable N+1 power infrastructure. The facility is located at the same underground dual power feeds that services the local hospitals, federal and state courthouses, and additionally served by a third power feed present 20 miles west of the building. The data center provides AC and DC power in A+B configurations. The immediate power failure is protected by UPS systems in N+1 redundancy. The standby diesel generators in N+1 redundancy provides the continuous backup power on the loss of utility power. Multiple HVAC units in N+1 configurations effectively moderates the cooling and humidity in the data center. The top tier electrical and mechanical systems all utilize high performance equipment that is continuously monitored and tested to guarantee they perform as designed.
The data center is a carrier neutral facility with connectivity options to multiple Tier I providers including AT&T, CenturyLink, Cogent, Comcast Business Class, FiberLight, FPL FiberNet, Internap, Level3, TW Telecom, Verizon Business and XO. The data center is also home to several Tier 2 carriers which provides blends of carriers above. The technical staff provides the helpdesk and support services, and is immediately accessible by phone, email, and web based customer portal.
Open Hosting is a provider of cloud solutions, VPS hosting services, dedicated servers, KVM hosting, and custom solutions. Open Hosting cloud VPS servers enable every user to run their own isolated copy of an operating system of their choice, providing a greater choice of operating systems, higher performance, deeper configurability, and stronger isolation and security guarantees. The company was founded in 2003, and is based in Vienna, VA.
Miami, FL 33132
Open Hosting – Miami Data Center Highlights
- Purpose Built Facility
- Outside 500 Years Floodplain
- Category 5 Hurricane Protected
- Located in Downtown Miami
- Quarter Cabinet
- Half and Full Cabinet
- Caged Space
- 24,000 Square Feet of Space
- Antistatic 18 Inches Raised Floor
- Certifications and Compliance
- SSAE 16 SOC I
- Fed Banking Regulations
- 24×7 Security Officers
- Picture Identification
- Key Card for Elevator Use
- CCTV Monitoring with Archiving
- Key Card
- Biometric Scan
- Fire Detection and Suppression
- Dual Alarmed
- Dual Interlocked
- Multi Zone
- Pre Action
- Dry Pipe
- N+1 Power Infrastructure
- Underground Dual Power Feeds
- Third Power Feed Present 20 Miles West of Building
- AC And DC Power in A+ B Configurations
- UPS Systems in N+1 Redundancy
- Diesel Generators in N+1 Redundancy
- Multiple HVAC Units in N+ 1 Configuration
- Carrier Neutral Facility
- Multiple Tier I and Tier II Carriers
- Helpdesk and Support Services