Our network has been designed to accommodate clients who demand the highest quality network performance. At each of our data centers, your systems can leverage our blended IP network consisting of multi-gigabit connections through diverse transit providers. If you require the ability to connect directly with other telecommunication carriers, we can facilitate that too. Featuring our own dedicated fiber, copper and coax connections, our cross-connect services are second to none.
DataDirect Blended Bandwidth
Multi-homed bandwidth, where your business has access to several Internet carriers, can be the difference between 100% uptime and embarrassing outages. This is why Data102 has developed the only premium connectivity in Colorado Springs - blend of top IP carriers that provides you with a stable, redundant, and extremely fast service, built from the ground up on Cisco hardware. Our IPv6 enabled, multi-provider bandwidth gives your business the flexibility to withstand carrier outages or performance problems as you receive connectivity that automatically adapts to changes in the Internet. Our premium network connectivity seamlessly integrates with all of our services, and is featured for our colocation, last mile and VPS customers.
Our premium, dedicated bandwidth includes Internet access through the following carriers:
Level 3's network now spans more than 77,000 intercity route miles, and reaches customers in major markets throughout the United States and Europe. Locally, Level3 has acquired ICG Communications and Broadwing, and recently completed the acquisition of Global Crossing, resulting in a true Tier-1, global backbone.
Cogent Communications is a multinational internet service provider whose network spans more than 53,300 intercity fiber route miles and 15,800 metro fiber miles. Cogent provides service in over 165 markets across 31 countries in North America and Europe. Cogent carries approximately 37 petabytes per day of Internet traffic and connects to approximately 3,600 networks.
Hurricane Electric now operates the largest IPv6 Internet backbone in the world, measured by the number of networks connected. As of October, 2010, Hurricane Electric was the first Internet backbone worldwide to connect to 1000 IPv6 networks.
The Rocky Mountain Internet eXchange (RMIX) is Denver's only neutral, privately owned and managed IP peering point. The RMIX was established to aid in the exchange of regional network traffic and facilitate peering to reduce latency, lower transit costs and enhance performance.
Google's mission is to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. Peering with Google helps us provide customers with improved quality of service for Google Apps and affiliated companies, including YouTube.
Netflix is the world's leading Internet television network with over 48 million subscribers. We're peering directly with Netflix to improve the performance of this popular service across our network.
As you would expect from any good datacenter we have access to variety of IP and wireline telecomunication providers. Data102 can deliver T1, DS3, OC3, Fiber, Copper, Ethernet and Metro Optical Ethernet cross connects to all of the above listed networks as well as to the following providers.
Take a look at the additional diverse networks that are only one hop away when you colocate with Data102.
Century Link offers a world-class IP backbone network and is the third largest local exchange carrier in the united states. CenturyLink acquired Colorado's ILEC, Qwest, in 2010, and Savvis in April 2011. Data102 maintains several OC192s, copper, fiber, and coax cross-connect assets to CenturyLink.
Zayo's network covers 22 states and British Columbia with 18,000 route miles of fiber, and 130+ POPs and 300+ market-capable sites reaching 60+ Tier 1 networks through 4 markets. Data102 has nearly unlimited capacity to Zayo.
Verizons global Internet network provides high bandwidth access up to 10 GigE available in locations around the world. They support Dual Stack (IPv4 plus IPv6), native IPv6, and tunneled IPv6 in the U.S., EMEA, and Asia-Pacific regions.
Mammoth Networks is the western region's leading consolidator of multiple ILEC and CLEC backbone networks, and leverages modern technologies to integrate multiple circuit deliveries across single physical aggregation ports in Colorado.
Falcon Broadband is a leading local provider of data, voice and video services. Falcon Broadband has an extensive fiber network used to distribute the Data102 DataDirect Premium Bandwidth to the Colorado Springs market. The network has diverse fiber routes from 102 S. Tejon and extends as a figure 8 across the city before servicing customers with a Fiber-To-The-Premise distribution system.