telx’s Los Angeles data center is located at 600 W 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017.
The telx LOS1 data center consists of 21,947 square feet of leased floor space. The building is located outside the 500 year flood plain, and is certified as seismic level zone 2B. The facility has a multi-layered security structure, including 24 hour a day, seven days a week on site staff as well as continuous video surveillance. The data center is SOC 2 compliant and on-site staff monitor the power, cooling and network connectivity at all times. In addition to its access to cages and cabinets, clients also have access to roof rights and access to parking if needed.
In order to maintain data center functionality, telx also deploys redundant power, cooling and network systems that ensure maximum up-time. The local utility provides up to 3,780 total kilowatts of power (3.78 Megawatts) and the UPS systems have a capacity of 1020 kilowatts and are arranged in a 2N configuration. This set up allows for up to 225 watts of power to be delivered per square foot. On site generators are also configured in an N+1 arrangement, and can deliver up to 2100 kilowatts of power in the event of a utility power failure. Finally, the cooling systems are arranged in an N+1 set up. telx’s redundant set ups allow them to provide clients with 100% up-time service level agreements.
In addition to the telx LOS1 colocation facility, telx operates a total of 20 data centers in strategic markets across the United States, including 6 data centers in the New York and New Jersey region, four facilities in California (San Francisco, Los Angeles, two in Santa Clara) two Pacific Northwest facilities (Seattle and Portland) and facilities in Atlanta, Dallas, Miami, Phoenix and Charlotte. In addition to its data centers, telx also offers clients additional managed services such as compliance, technical support, business continuity, and disaster relief.
Los Angeles, CA 90017
telx – Los Angeles Data Center LOS1 Highlights
- Located in 7 story building, 21,947 square foot center
- Outside 100 year flood plain
- 3,780 kilowatts of utility power
- 1,020 kilowatts of UPS capacity
- 2,100 kilowatts of back up generator capacity
- N+1 cooling redundancy
- Roof rights available, and membrane and reinforced decking
- Diverse conduit entry points
- 24 x 365 manned security