Telehouse’s Los Angeles data center is located at 626 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90017. Located in the center of Los Angeles’ hi-tech district, the Los Angeles data center is a strategic location at the shores of the Pacific Ocean. The Los Angeles data center, also know as 626W, is zero mile distance from the One Wilshire carrier hotel, and offer dark fiber connectivity to that site.
Los Angeles data center is a Tier III facility, and is operational since 1998. The Los Angeles colocation services are provided through partial/full cabinets, caged space, and private suites. The facility SSAE 16 SOC I Type II certified, and provides 15,000 square feet of space. The two security perimeters; one provided by building and other by Telehouse itself including security guards on site, video surveillance 24 x7, key card access throughout the facility, biometric scans, and photo ID verification for entrance. The data center is equipped with smoke alarms and pre-action sprinklers fire suppression system.
The Los Angeles data center has a commercial power capacity of 665 kVA. The power failure is protected by 500 kVA UPS system in N+1 configuration, capable of providing 15 minutes of backup facility at full load. The continuous secondary power is provided by 1000 kVA diesel generators with 48 hours of running time. The redundant cooling system is installed in the data center for automating temperature and humidity in the data centers.
The data center is a carrier neutral facility with options to connect with multiple carriers/ISPs capable of meeting any telecom need. The Los Angeles data center has two diverse external fiber routes, and offers connection to LAIIX. The explosive growth of the Chinese and Indian economies make it a key Internet exchange point for companies to increase their reach in the Pac Rim strategic business theater. The data center provides 24 x 7 x 365 on site technical support.
Telehouse America is the US’s leading provider of dedicated data centers, colocation facilities, international Internet exchanges, managed IT services and disaster recovery solutions. The company also specializes in cloud computing including public and private cloud offerings, cloud security offerings, peering, content delivery network, and disaster recovery planning. Telehouse America operates the New York International Internet Exchange point (NYIIX), Manhattan’s largest and most heavily trafficked peering exchange, as well as established the first Los Angeles International Internet Exchange point (LAIIX), a peering gateway to the Asia-Pac Rim. The company owns and operates 46 data centers worldwide including 4 US facilities, and maintaining a strong presence in over 23 cities across 12 countries. Telehouse parent company KDDI, ranked 214 on the Global Fortune 500 companies list. Telehouse was founded in 1987 and is based in Staten Island, New York.
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Telehouse – Los Angeles Data Center Highlights
- Tier III Infrastructure
- 15,000 of Data Center Space
- Partial Cabinets, Caged Space, and Private Suites
- SSAE 16 SOC I Type II Audited
- Video Surveillance 24 x 7 x 365 and Onsite Security Guards
- Key Card and Biometric Authentication
- Photo ID Verification for Entrance
- Pre Action Sprinklers Fire Suppression System
- 665 kVA of Commercial Power Capacity
- 500 kVA UPS in N+1 Configuration
- 1000 kVA Generator
- Redundant HVAC
- Carrier Neutral Facility
- LAIIX Peering Exchange
- 24 x 7 Onsite Technical Support