Hurricane Electric, a company operating its own global IPv4 and IPv6 network, has added a new Point-of-Presence at H5 Data Centers’ purpose-built campus in the Denver Tech Center. This is Hurricane Electric’s 6th PoP with H5 Data Centers across the U.S., adding to locations in Albuquerque, Atlanta, Cleveland, San Antonio, and Seattle.
Customers of H5 Data Centers and throughout Colorado now have access to Hurricane Electric’s extensive IPv4 and IPv6 network through 100GE (100 Gigabit Ethernet), 10GE and GigE ports. Additionally, customers at the data center can exchange IP traffic with Hurricane Electric’s vast global network, which offers over 20,000 BGP sessions with over 8,000 different networks via more than 250 major exchange points and thousands of customers and private peering ports.
H5’s Denver data center highlights include:
- 300,000 sq. ft. data center campus
- Tier III data center design
- 24×7 on-site engineering and security teams
- Access to the IX-Denver Internet Exchange
- Over 17.5 MWs of emergency generator power capacity
“We’re excited to expand our relationship with H5 Data Centers, and we look forward to offering Denver enterprises and content companies additional cost-effective connectivity options,” said Mike Leber, President of Hurricane Electric. “This new PoP reflects Hurricane Electric’s commitment to Denver’s burgeoning tech market by meeting the demands for increased bandwidth and connectivity options.”
As a large, privately-owned data center operator with facilities across the United States, H5 Data Centers has over 2 million square feet of data center space under management. The company designs and engineers “flexible and scalable” data center solutions to address the core infrastructure and edge requirements of its customers. H5 Data Centers operates data centers in Albuquerque, Ashburn, Atlanta, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Phoenix, Quincy, San Antonio, San Jose, San Luis Obispo, and Seattle.
Employing a resilient fiber-optic topology, Hurricane Electric has five redundant 100G paths crossing North America, four separate 100G paths between the U.S. and Europe, and 100G rings in Europe, Australia and Asia. Hurricane also has a ring around Africa, and a PoP in Auckland, NZ.