About the Los Angeles Data Center (LA2)

Data Center Location
Los Angeles Data Center (LA2) 600 West 7th Street, Suite 510 Los Angeles, CA 90017

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With low-cost dark fiber connectivity options to any carrier in Telx, Equinix, and Coresite (One Wilshire), you get the benefits of our world-class customer service, with limitless reach to any carrier in the downtown Los Angeles Telecom Corridor.

LA1 Technical Specifications

Space & Environmentals

  • 42,000 sq ft colocation area in two suites
  • Suite LL-130 and Suite LL-135
  • Racks, cages, and custom-built configurations available
  • 722-tons dedicated cooling capacity with N+2 configuration
  • 30 CRAH units with N+2 configuration per suite
  • Total cooling capacity of 4,000 tons

Global Footprint

  • Network Dense Platform
  • Average of 15 carriers per site
  • 100+ unique carriers across all sites
  • Data center space in Hong Kong and Singapore
  • 15+ MW usable power
  • Additional power and space available
  • Managed internet infrastructure available


  • 2 x 450 kW UPS back-up power for AC customers (2N)
  • DC power A and B options available3 x 450 kW UPS back-up power for AC customers (N+1)
  • DC power A and B options available.
  • Onsite 7 x 2500 KW diesel generators (N+1)
  • Central Plant – LADWP serving one (1) 7,500 KVA transformer and four (4) 3,750 KVA transformers. Plant is served by two (2) diverse substations resulting in 22.5 MW of total capacity


  • 24×7 multiple-layer security access
  • 24×7 infrastructure and perimeter monitoring
  • 24×7 customer care / man trap
  • Former cash vault for Fortune 50 Bank


  • Directly connect to world-class network carriers and partners through Fiber, Ethernet, COAX, or POTS.
  • VPLS BGP Blended IP
  • AT&T
  • CenturyLink
  • Cogent
  • Level3
  • Spectrum
  • XO
  • Paxio
  • Verizon
  • Cox
  • Internap
  • Google
  • Microsoft
  • Amazon
  • Zayo
  • Dark fiber & Wave services to One Wilshire, CoreSite, and Equinix LA1
  • Direct in building cross connect to over 150 network service providers
  • Direct connection to public cloud Providers (Azure, AWS, Google Cloud, Oracle)