123YourWeb has spared no expense to bring the most stability to our network, from our location, to our IP carriers; everything we do is with total customer satisfaction in mind.
Here are some key points about our facility and network.
- Located in Boca Raton, Florida.
- Type-1 all cement building.
- Poured concrete ceilings.
- Located 15 feet above sea level.
- Located less then 500 feet from the railroad, where every major fiber provider has facilities.
- Liebert 600 & APC Silcon SL240KG on-line battery backup systems with N+2 redundancy and built-in static bypass switch which enables the UPS to transfer the load to utility power, without interruption, in the event of heavy overload or faulty conditions.
- Onan & Thompson automatic transfer switches provide a reliable, safe means of transferring between multiple power sources.
- Custom built Kohler Power Systems 750KVA auto-start diesel powered generator.
- 2,500 gallon diesel fuel tank for the generator, enough to support our entire infrastructure for up to 14 days of continuous run-time.
- Our own on-site 3,000 gallon fuel tanker to transport and store our own fuel.
- Redundant CRAC systems both in Colocation Center and Data Center.
- 24x7x365 CCTV security cameras, both indoor and outdoor.
- Video surveillance with live Internet stream for personnel to monitor and archived to CDR/tape.
- Northern Access Control solutions with biometric palm reader/access card combination and remote access capabilities to integrate the most advanced security techniques.
- Ademco alarm systems for total system integration.
- Fire protection consists of both dry chemical (FM-200) and an ultra-high temperature pre-action sprinkler system (as a backup).
- VPN (and outside accessible routers/servers) are protected by RSA/SecurID key fobs.
- Three redundant OC-12 Bellsouth fiber optic rings provide diverse routes to multiple central offices, including Boca Main, south of the facility and Boca Teeca, northwest of the facility.
- Two PTC/Level(3) OC-48 redundant fiber optic rings, one ring runs south to Miami via Fort Lauderdale; the second ring runs north to Melbourne, west to Tampa and back to Miami.
- One Telcove/ Level(3)diverse entry OC-12 Ring
- Unparalleled backbone connectivity via the 123YourWeb international backbone that consists of transit with AT&T & Level(3) , as well as over 200 additional peering partners throughout the world.