Why San Diego?
San Diego is home to a wide range of tech companies, from small startups to established internet and communication services enterprises to genetics and biotech firms developing cutting-edge life sciences research.
A business-friendly region at the center of a web of network paths, San Diego has become a popular site for more and more tech sector companies focusing on big data analytics, robotics, cybersecurity and software development. And because of the significant distance between the San Andreas fault line and San Diego, the city is not prone to earthquakes, which can disrupt operations and lead to costly downtime.
All AIS data centers offer fully-featured colocation services, cloud services with direct connectivity to AWS and Microsoft Azure and a private MPLS network with full interconnectivity between all AIS facilities, allowing for fast, secure, geo-redundant backup and recovery.
AIS data centers in San Diego are positioned to serve the influx of tech companies by providing a range of fully featured colocation and cloud services.
Both centers offer:
- Built-to-spec private colocation cages
- Locking colocation cabinets in 13u, 17u, 26u, and 54u increments
- Shared cabinet space in 1u increments
- On-site office space
- 24x7x365 on-site security staff
- Camera with remote door release at facility entrance
- Large carrier-neutral meet me room
- Dedicated data center support center
- 24x7x365 on-site support staff
San Diego Tech Center
Located in the Sorrento Valley area among a cluster of biotech and IT companies, our San Diego Tech Center offers N+1 redundancy as well as redundant power, cooling, engine generators and multiple fiber vaults with diverse entry. SDTC maintains a minimum of 24 hour run-time fuel capacity on-site with multiple fuel providers with 4-hour or better response time.
Lightwave Data Center
Our Lightwave Data Center is located in the San Diego Spectrum area of Kearney Mesa. Only minutes away from all five major San Diego freeways, the Lightwave Data Center can be accessed quickly—even in rush hour traffic. This data center offers 2N redundant power, a dedicated central plant for cooling, colocation and cloud services, and direct connectivity to AWS and Microsoft Azure. As a carrier-neutral facility, with multiple fiber vaults providing diverse points of entry, Lightwave is a premier point of interconnection for many of the world’s leading carriers and network service providers.