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Blended IP

Get the Fastest Data Transfer and Simplify Network Traffic Management


Enterprise-Class, Fully Optimized Internet Service

CoreSite’s Blended IP product is a fully managed solution designed to optimize internet service. Blended IP ensures always-available, production-level data exchange at the speed your business requires, for a fixed monthly fee.

Blended IP is available in multiple speeds, ranging from 10Mbps to 10Gps, and CoreSite offers a 100% SLA uptime that is achieved through a marketplace of Tier-1 carriers and redundant data hand-offs. With 72-hour setup and flexible bandwidth options, Blended IP provides expanded bandwidth management while lowering costs for broadband services.


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Flexibile, Reliable Connectivity Through Tier-1 Providers

Keep enterprise data access, collaboration tools and business services moving over the best available route.
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Colocation creates cost-savings for power and data transport in a multi-tenant data center. That same advantage applies with Blended IP. Not only do you minimize investment in advanced routing equipment, cost sharing and favorable bandwidth rates help keep business expenses for internet under control.
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Blended IP gives you the ability to use services from multiple ISPs yet have just one combined bill for your internet and data center solution. Considering moving out of your on-prem data center into colocation and concerned about managing several dedicated internet access (DIA) services and relationships? With Blended IP, you have one point of contact – CoreSite.
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First responders, police, EMTs and other public safety agencies rely on communication to effectively serve and protect communities – and to safely do their jobs. Blended IP delivers reliability that’s essential when severe weather hits, in rural areas where cell coverage can be spotty, or when a flood of communication overwhelms cellular networks.
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Blended IP combines upstream internet service providers (ISPs) and local internet exchanges (including the Any2Exchange®) to get you the fastest data transfer vs. moving data through a single internet carrier. The results? Better redundancy and business continuity, ultra-low latency application performance and high-quality user experiences. 

Lower Latency, Reduced Costs and Increased Redundancy

Leverage CoreSite's Any2Exchange® network ecosystem and IX interconnectivity 

How Blended IP Works

Moving data over the internet almost invariably requires passing data from one network to another. Blended IP occurs when the traffic is handed off between providers according to intelligent routing decisions, enabling use of Tier 1 networks (optimal for reliability and speed) for data that originates from Tier 3 or Tier 2 Internet Service Providers (ISPs).  Learn More
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Blended IP Technical Details

Flexible Services Suited for Any Size Business 

We offer single connections for traditional connectivity or fully redundant connections with service rates up to the committed information rate of 10Mbps, 50Mbps, 100Mbps, 300Mbps, 500Mbps or 1Gbps service options on 1G ports or 2.5Gbps, 5Gbps, 7.5Gbps or full 10Gbps service options on 10G port. Additionally, our Blended IP service includes static IPv4 and IPv6 addresses and supports BGP routing.  Learn More
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Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT IS BLENDED IP? Blended IP provides upstream connectivity of network providers and local internet exchanges to enable diverse routing of data and communications.
WHAT IS BORDER GATEWAY PROTOCOL (BGP) ROUTING? Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) enables the internet to exchange routing information between autonomous systems (AS), often referred to as peering.
WHAT IS AN INTERNET EXCHANGE POINT (IXP)? An IXP is a physical location similar to a data center, where multiple ISPs and network operators interconnect their networks.
WHAT IS IPV6? IPv6, or Internet Protocol Version 6, is a network layer protocol that allows communication designed with the purpose of superseding IPv4, in response to the global growth of internet users.