is connected to a national backbone that is ranked among the top in the nation. With dual OC3 (155Mbps) connections to several major exchange points (See below.)

The self-healing network architecture virtually eliminates a single point of failure. In addition to the backbone, a backup transit from multiple providers in multiple locations is in place to ensure that data will arrive via the shortest possible route. Because of the backup transit and the many international peers, the network maintains the shortest routes for sending data all over the world. On an ongoing basis, negotiations take place with the top fiber carriers for new routes, additional backup transit providers, and updated peering relationships are always being added.'s switched network utilizes the Border Gateway Protocol Version 4 (BGP4) over Cisco 12000 series GSR routers.

Our peering arrangements include the following exchanges and are ever-growing, so do check back for the latest updates.

  • MAE-West in San Jose (100Mbps FDDI,155Mbps OC3 ATM)
  • MAE-East (100Mbps FDDI,155Mbps OC3 ATM)
  • AADS in Chicago
  • PAIX(Palo Alto Internet Exchange) in Palo Alto (1000Mbps Gigabit Ethernet)
  • NYIIX (New York Internet Exchange) in New York (100Mbps Fast Ethernet)
  • MAE-East in Vienna
  • Level3 Communications
  • Sprint
  • MCI WorldCom
  • Frontier
  • Pac Bell (155Mbps OC3 ATM)
  • AADS (Ameritech) (155Mbps OC3 ATM)

The facility that utilizes was designed from the ground up to serve data housing needs. Raised floors, individually locked cabinets, advanced climate control and back-up power, custom designed video surveillance of every cabinet, and onsite security measures assure that servers are safe and run optimally. The Data Center is guarded, monitored, and staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and was engineered with HVAC environmental systems, digital surveillance, stringent security, conditioned uninterruptible power, and your convenience in mind.