Information about our network

Located in Los Angeles, California in a privately owned data facility.

Our transit providers list is a veritable Who’s Who in data networking. The data centre networking equipment we use ensures you’re never left with a slow or failing connection.

Network Gear:

  • Redundant Fiber Entrance, with the ability to expand
  • Privately peered with 300+ networks
  • Fully Redundant Cisco and Nexus Distribution Switches
  • Redundant Gigabit Ethernet Links to Each Rack Switch
  • Cisco 4948 1,000/10,000 Rack Switches
  • Noction IRP Routing Protocol


Transit Providers:

Cogent Communications
Cogent’s worldwide Tier 1 optical IP network is one of the largest of its kind, with direct IP connectivity to more than 4,480 AS (Autonomous System) networks around the world. Cogent’s network stretches over 180 markets throughout 36 countries in North America, Europe, and Asia, with over 56,600 route miles of long-haul fibre and over 26,600 miles of metropolitan fibre.
Zayo Group
Zayo owns and operates a 114,500-mile network in North America and Europe. This all-fibre backbone – 8.9 million miles of it – includes connectivity to thousands of data centres, enterprise locations, carrier exchange points, wireless towers, media centres, entertainment venues, financial exchanges and cloud providers. Zayo offers dark fibre services, which provide their customers with dedicated high-capacity, low-latency bandwidth.
PCCW Global
PCCW Global’s Next Generation Network supports a wide portfolio of international voice and data solutions, cost-effective value-added managed services and a range of network monitoring services. With an extensive and resilient network infrastructure across the Americas, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia, PCCW currently meet the international connectivity needs of enterprise and wholesale customers in more than 3,000 cities.
China Telecom
China Telecom delivers a comprehensive range of high-quality telecommunications services to customers around the world, with a service guarantee supported by industry-leading SLAs. No other carrier offers a comparable combination of seamless network coverage, services, and capacity connecting the Americas, China and the world.
For content and service providers who operate their own Autonomous System, Telia Carrier IP Transit provides dedicated Internet connection via their 100G-enabled global IP backbone (AS1299). Extend your reach and benefit from the speed of a direct connection. Telia were the first backbone to offer 100Gb/s connectivity in both Europe and North America.
GTT Communications
GTT owns and operates a global Tier 1 IP network. Enterprises, carriers and governments look to GTT for high-performance connectivity to any location in the world and with any application in the cloud. GTT runs multiple, diverse and redundant fibre paths between all of their 250+ PoP locations around the world.
China Unicom
China Unicom’s vast global network covers more than 100 countries with direct connections and partnership agreements in place with more than 85 international carriers. They own capacity in a variety of international cable systems and are a member of the consortium implementing the first trans-pacific cable system, Trans-Pacific Express (TPE), to link mainland China with the United States.
The backbone is a fully redundant network providing scalable solutions for business systems. The network is monitored and managed 24/7/365 by certified technicians. With connectivity to major carriers they provide secure and reliable access to critical applications and infrastructure.

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