CoreSite offers inter-site connectivity in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Denver, Northern Virginia and the San Francisco Bay Area. Our campus model allows customers to access all the providers they need in an interconnection-dense facility or carrier hotel, while cost-effectively growing without constraints in a scalable, enterprise-class facility. For example, in Los Angeles, customers may use either our lit transport solution or secure a dedicated dark fiber pair on our high-count dark fiber ring between our LA2 data center facility and One Wilshire. This inter-site connectivity allows customers in our scalable LA2 facility to connect to anyone they need within the One Wilshire building through interconnection services.
Carrier-grade transport services are provided by CoreSite through Ethernet and SONET/TDM platforms within a single metro market. CoreSite’s inter-site product provides additional tethering options, which makes it easier for customers to expand and connect to a broader ecosystem of partners within a market.
Get access to a nationwide SDN connection between CoreSite markets. Virginia to Los Angeles? No problem with the CoreSite Open Cloud Exchange. With inter-market connectivity, you can connect your geographically diverse deployments or improve your multi-region cloud architecture with no long-term commitments and control it all through the CoreSite portal.
In some markets where CoreSite has a single data center, we offer common-carrier access to other regional interconnection hubs to create a similar “tethered” environment to CoreSite’s inter-site options listed above. With more than 450 domestic and international carriers and access to 40+ intercontinental cables, connecting your deployment at a CoreSite data center to a customer or deployment at another regional data center is easy and cost-effective.
CoreSite data centers feature top Internet Exchanges such as AMS-IX, DE-CIX, LINX, NYIIX, United IX and BBIX, as well as our own CoreSite Any2Exchange® for Internet peering.
CoreSite cross connects provide access to a dynamic ecosystem of customer networks, facilitating traffic exchange, reinforcing network resiliency and enabling disaster recovery.
Blended IP combines multiple upstream ISP providers and local internet exchanges (including the CoreSite Any2Exchange®) in order get you the highest speed data transfer vs. a single internet carrier.
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