NetActuate, operator of one of the world’s largest IPv4 and IPv6 peered networks, has completed a second expansion in their Los Angeles colocation data center. Network bandwidth has been significantly increased, as well as the availability of VMs, bare metal dedicated servers, and colocation space.
Purpose-built to support high-density, high-scalability requirements, NetActuate’s Los Angeles data center facility provides access to over 780 customers, including nearly 500 network, cloud and IT service providers, as well as a variety of ISPs, enterprises and digital content providers.
Colocation customers at this location would enjoy a multitude of hosting services options including interconnection and native access to AWS Direct Connect, Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute, Google Cloud Platform and IBM Cloud Direct Link.
“Demand for high bandwidth deployments in Los Angeles has grown rapidly from both existing and new customers,” said Mark Mahle, CEO and Principal Technology Architect at NetActuate. “This is our second major expansion in Los Angeles in less than three years, the last one being in late 2019.”
Dark Fiber Network
This location in Los Angeles is tethered via dark fiber to Coresite’s One Wilshire, a densely interconnected data center facility. Multiple subsea cables terminate at One Wilshire, offering low latency connectivity from the US West Coast to the Asia-Pacific region. NetActuate’s Los Angeles colocation data center is certified compliant for HIPAA, ISO 27001, PCI DSS, SOC 1 Type 2, and SOC 2 Type 2.
Providers can deploy and expand their global presence on NetActuate’s anycast delivery platform, built on one of the largest peered IPv4 and IPv6 networks in the world. Purpose built to deliver low latency connectivity across diverse global markets, NetActuate’s anycast platform is available from their Los Angeles location, as well as over 30 U.S. and global locations.