Top Reasons to Choose Data Center Colocation in Miami

  • Top Reasons to Choose Data Center Colocation in Miami
    • August 16 2021

    Last Updated on August 16, 2021 by Sammen Qureshi

    Miami, Florida is most known for its sun, sandy beaches, art-deco architecture and tourism. But it has now become much more than that. Miami is now being positioned as the next major tech hub. Here’s why Miami is a great option when it comes to the location of your IT infrastructure.

    Importance of data center location

    In addition to uptime, scalability, and reliability, location is one of the most important decisions business owners make when choosing a data center partner.  In addition to space and power, the physical location of a data center needs to offer a highly connected infrastructure with access to strong connectivity hubs so that they can deliver and receive data between networks, businesses, internet exchanges and end-users. Here are some questions that will help you choose your next data center location.

    Why Miami?

    Gateway to the Americas

    Miami serves as a significant communications infrastructure gateway to one of the strongest and most promising economies in the world today: Latin America. Due to its unique geographical location, Miami is considered as the “Gateway to the Americas"  — facilitating excellent interconnectivity with Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe.

    Miami is emerging as a tech hub in the Americas and a gateway of opportunity for startups and entrepreneurs. As the primary link between markets in Latin America and the United States, the city plays a significant role in startup culture and innovation.

    Connectivity

    Ranked as one of the top-five most connected cities in the world, Miami is a key destination for submarine cable, resulting in exceptional interconnection and secure routes to global markets.

    In the heart of the city sits one of the world’s largest and most connected facility in the world, The Network Access Point of the Americas (NAP). The NAP is a major connection point and communication gateway to commercial centers in Latin America and Europe. The NAP has high level of connectivity where Internet service providers (ISPs) and telecommunications set up their points of presence, allowing any business to easily use their connectivity services.

    Through managed dark fiber, wavelengths, MPLS and third-party networking, ColoHouse Miami can get you connected from our data center to the NAP of the Americas with access over 150 carriers.

    Virtual Tour

    Take a virtual tour of the ColoHouse Data Center in Miami that shows you every aspect of the data center space. In this virtual tour, we’ll dive into our facility. Get a virtual tour.

    Miami Data Center

    Located in Downtown Miami, ColoHouse offers you a footprint in the fifth most connected cities in the world. To get more information about our Miami data center or if you are interested in visiting our data center, schedule a tour now via +1 305-731-2225 or use our contact form.

    FAQ Miami


    What are the benefits of a Florida Data Center?

    Florida is one of the world’s largest connection hubs and the is the primary link between the United States, Latin America, The Caribbean and Europe. Due to its unique geographical location, Miami has become a gateway to many diverse cultures.

    What is the Network Access Point (NAP) of the Americas? 

    The NAP of the Americas in Miami is one of the largest data center facilities around, with more than 750,000 square feet of space and is an Internet exchange point in Miami, Florida.

    Is Miami a smart city?

    The rising diverse economy and the geographical location have made Miami an ideal location for technology growth. The city offers great connectivity to Europe to allow for an overall larger reach globally.

    What makes a city smart?

    A smart city is a municipality that uses information and communication technologies to increase operational efficiency, share information with the public and improve both the quality of government services and citizen welfare.

 
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