The Telx LOS1 data center in Los Angeles, California is located in the heart of Downtown LA. Los Angeles County has several “Number 1’s” associated with it including the country’s #1 Entertainment Capital, its #1 Manufacturing Capital and the #1 International Trade Capital of America (The Keyser Center for Economic Research). If it were a country its GDP, which already exceeds more than $500 billion in annual output, would be greater than Switzerland, Sweden and even Saudi Arabia. And, with a population approaching 10 million, it would rank as the eighth largest state in the country. Its Customs District, comprising the ports of Long Beach, Port Hueneme and LAX Airport, is the nation’s largest with the value of goods passing through it exceeding more than $357 billion, second only to New York.
One of the premier colocation facilities in Southern California, 600 West 7th Street offers a seismically rated infrastructure and connectivity options to One Wilshire. The LOS1 colocation and data center facility also provides access to dozens of leading domestic and international carriers and physical connection points to the world’s telecommunications networks, backbones and data centers.
As one of the most prominent technology facilities on the West Coast, 600 West 7th Street offers a secure, reliable environment for your equipment as well as redundant and least-cost routing to hundreds of carriers or a simple cost-effective cross connect to your critical software-as-a-service (SaaS), CRM, cloud or other business service partners.
Telx’s Los Angeles LOS1 data center, located at 600 West 7th Avenue offers a secure, reliable environment for your equipment as well as redundant and least-cost routing to hundreds of application, media and content providers. Representing one of the premier colocation facilities in southern California its seven story structure comprises over 490,000 square feet and provides 22,000 square feet of new whitespace. Located completely outside the 100 year flood plain and designed with a seismic zone 4 design, the LOS1 data center provides a unique space for critical infrastructure. LOS1 is also diversely interconnected to Telx’s other datacenters nationwide via Telx’s datacenter connect product and access to a rich selection of networks, including cloud providers, that can be found on campus.