(Ping! Zine Web Hosting Magazine) – Sidera Networks, the premier provider of fiber optic-based network solutions, announces the completion of its colocation expansion at 401 North Broad Street in Philadelphia, PA. In response to growing demand, the company acquired additional square footage to accommodate up to 100 new racks.
The expansion at 401 North Broad Street brings Sidera’s colocation footprint to nearly 40,000 square feet in the Philadelphia market. Sidera’s building presence covers three floors, offering carrier-neutral connectivity to more than 25 service providers. At this facility, Sidera provides highly secure racks as well as custom cage solutions supported by dual-power feeds, pre-action fire systems, dual-service UPS and AC/DC generator back-up. Customers gain access to leading service providers, including Sidera’s network solutions that are comprised of Dedicated Internet Access (DIA), Ethernet, SONET, Wavelength and Dark Fiber Services.
“401 North Broad is the premier carrier hotel in Philadelphia offering a tremendous opportunity for carriers, IT companies and enterprise businesses that require highly secure colocation combined with access to numerous network providers for diversity and reliability,” comments Kevin Mulqueen, Vice President of Colocation for Sidera Networks. “Our carrier-neutral facility offers 24×7 access, remote monitoring and managed services. We are proud to say that our facility has experienced 100% uptime on all power and cooling since 2003.”
With flexible solutions for the most discerning colocation customers, Sidera Networks’401 North Broad facility offers colocation options ranging from cabinets to cages, with power capabilities up to 10 kilowatts per rack. For more information about Sidera and its leading network solutions, visit www.sidera.net or follow Sidera on twitter @sideranetworks.