Why Miami, Florida Is An Ideal Location For Colocation

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    Why Miami, Florida Is An Ideal Location For Colocation
    • April 26 2019

    Miami, FL is most known for its sun, sandy beaches, art-deco architecture and tourism. But it has now become much more than that. Miami is also known as the gateway to Latin America and its network connections.

    As we are becoming a much more interconnected world – Miami is the link between the United States & Latin American ‘tech worlds’, as it provides good interconnectivity with the United States, Latin America, The Caribbean and Europe. Due to its unique geographical location, Miami has become a gateway to many diverse cultures.

    Not only the data center industry, but the overall IT and business marketplace in South Florida is going through big changes. 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. This is where the advantage of having colocation options in Miami comes in.

    Take for example the Network Access Point (NAP) in Miami, which serves as a major switching station for internet traffic coming to and from Latin America and The Caribbean. Through managed dark fiber, wavelengths, MPLS and third-party networking, ColoHouse can get you connected from our data center to the NAP to access over 150 carriers.

    Given Miami’s unique geographical location, it has been ranked as one of the top telecommunications infrastructures in the Western Hemisphere, facilitating excellent interconnectivity with Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe. ColoHouse’s robust Meet-Me-Room provides direct access to over 20 Tier-1 and Tier-2 carriers, ensuring diversity for our global client base.

    To get more information about our Miami datacenter or if you are interested in visiting our data center, schedule a tour now via +1 305-731-2225 or use our contact form.

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