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Located in downtown Miami, MIA1 (36 North E. 2nd Street) is structurally designed for Category 5 hurricane survivability. It’s strength makes it the pre-eminent international gateway for reaching South America and Latin America for international voice, video and data traffic. The building is outside the FEMA 100-year designated flood zone and the Miami-Dade hurricane evacuation zone.
One of the premier colocation facilities in Southern California, LOS1 (600 West 7th Street) offers a seismically rated infrastructure and connectivity options to One Wilshire. The facility also provides access to dozens of leading domestic and international carriers and physical connection points to the world’s telecommunications networks and backbones.
Telx is the leading colocation and interconnection service provider within DAL2 (8435 Stemmons Freeway), the most connected datacenter in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. DAL2, also known as the First American Center, and DAL1 (2323 Bryan Street) are the two premier Telx colocation and interconnection facilities in Dallas serving the southern part of the Midwest.
The pre-eminent, purpose-built communications and data center facility in North Carolina, CHR1 (113 North Myers Street) is ideally located in the central business district of Charlotte – the second largest banking and financial center in the nation and home to numerous Fortune 500 companies.
The Southeast’s largest concentration of telecommunications companies can be found at Telx’s ATL1 (56 Marietta St.) facility. ATL1 is a major interconnection point between Florida and New York and Telx’s downtown facility is strategically located at the connection point of this fiber. As a result, businesses have more choice between network and communications providers via a carrier-neutral facility such as this location compared to any others in the region.