Located in the city’s Downtown region, the Telx MIA1 data center in Miami, Florida was specifically designed to withstand Category 5 Hurricanes, a familiar natural disaster to Florida residents. Although for much of Miami’s history the measure of its economic vitality depended almost exclusively on the tourist trade, today Miami -Dade County is enjoying its position as a leader in international trade and commerce. In fact, according to a recent economic study prepared in 2012 by Strategic Information Analysis, Inc., international trade supports over 105,000 local jobs. With its proximity to Latin America, Miami, FL is also home to more than 1400 multinational corporations, many of whom have located their regional headquarters here, including the highest density of international banks in the country. Miami’s International Airport, the country’s top airport for international trade and freight and the port of Miami, contributes more than $8 billion to the local economy.
Located in downtown Miami, MIA1 is the pre-eminent international gateway for reaching South America and Latin America for international voice, video and data traffic. Structurally designed for Category 5 Hurricane Survivability, the MIA1 data center is similarly located outside the FEMA 100-year designated flood zone and the Miami-Dade hurricane evacuation zone.
Telx's 36 North East 2nd Street data center currently provides access to hundreds of customers. Telx® acquired the facility in 2006 and is the leading colocation and interconnection provider at this location.
Telx’s MIA1 Miami based data center— a hub of colocation, cloud and interconnection services, is the pre-eminent international gateway for reaching South America and Latin America voice, video and data traffic. Rated at Category 5 for Hurricane Survivability, the MIA1 datacenter is similarly located outside FEMA 100-year designated flood zone and the Miami-Dade hurricane evacuation zone.
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