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WHY CORESITE

CoreSite, an American Tower Company

Empowering a More Connected Future

OVERVIEW

The Platform for IT Modernization

CoreSite provides purpose-built, scalable data centers that deliver the power density, interconnection and environment you need to support modern workloads and accelerate digital evolution.

Our seasoned team of experts in data center operations, sales, solutions engineering and client services work each day guided by a single purpose – supporting your business objectives while delivering the best experience possible.

With 20+ years of colocation data center experience and proven success, CoreSite offers a flexible platform.

 

The Intersection of Interconnection

Where you put your IT infrastructure matters.
28 DATA CENTERS IN 11 STRATEGIC MARKETS
450+ NETWORK PROVIDERS
325+ CLOUD AND IT SERVICE PROVIDERS
38K+ CUSTOMER INTERCONNECTIONS

REDUCE TOTAL COST OF OPERATIONS AND ENSURE A FUTURE-READY ENTERPRISE

The IT solution nexus where cloud providers, digital platforms, networks and your digital ecosystem can interoperate.
NATIVE CLOUD ONRAMPS

Cut Costs with Direct Cloud Connectivity

Direct connectivity to public clouds creates significant data egress fee reductions and secure, low-latency interconnection to hybrid applications, business partners and other service providers. CoreSite is one of the select data center providers capable of offering native cloud onramps to all major cloud service providers. Learn More
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OPEN CLOUD EXCHANGE

Monetize Your Business

Our Open Cloud Exchange® (OCX) enables collaboration with all the partners in your digital workflow. Our proprietary platform provides direct, secure and virtual connections to anyone on the exchange – enabling you to quickly turn up connections, transfer data and collaborate in real-time. The OCX empowers our customers to complete unique production projects and achieve a faster time to market. Learn More
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COMPLIANCE AND CERTIFICATIONS

Meet Stringent Compliance Regulations

Many businesses strive to provide excellent customer experience but are challenged by compliance regulations designed to protect customer data. CoreSite’s data centers adhere to rigorous compliance regulations and provide the multi-layered security features, 100% uptime SLA, redundancy and infrastructure resilience needed to address a broad spectrum of compliance mandates. Learn More
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ROBUST ECOSYSTEM OF PROVIDERS

Optimize Your Digital Business Performance

Enterprises in myriad industries deploy multicloud and hybrid IT strategies at CoreSite data centers to achieve better performance. Our agnostic approach and strategic partnerships enable customers to quickly connect to preferred cloud providers to maximize performance and take advantage of the latest cloud application or workload. Find a Partner
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Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT IS COLOCATION? A colocation data center is a physical facility that offers space with the proper power, cooling, network access and security to host businesses’ computing hardware and servers. This capacity includes anything from cabinets to cages to private suites. 
WHAT ARE REMOTE HANDS SERVICES? In addition to power, cooling, network connectivity and security, colocation providers typically offer IT equipment installation and other similar services that are performed by data center operations personnel. CoreSite also offers cabling and wiring services including making cross connections, the physical links between customers.
WHAT IS A CARRIER HOTEL? Colocation data centers are sometimes referred to as “carrier hotels” because many telecommunications services providers (carriers) install networking equipment in them enabling interconnection, often between long-haul carriers and metro-carriers, using the facilities as centralized locations to connect and exchange data. 
WHAT IS A MEET-ME ROOM? A meet-me room (MMR) is a place in a data center where multiple telecommunications companies (carriers) and network service providers (NSPs) interconnect, ensuring seamless transfer of data between colocation clients and carriers, including internet traffic.
DO THIRD-PARTY DATA CENTERS HOST CLOUDS? Yes, colocation data centers can host clouds. Customers in data centers install their infrastructure equipment there, including servers that can deliver cloud capabilities. 
WHAT IS CLOUD OR APPLICATION REPATRIATION? Cloud repatriation is the practice of retrieving applications or workloads from public clouds and moving them back into an on-premises data center or a third-party data center.