Verizon Terremark's flagship facility, the NAP of the Americas®, is one of the most significant telecommunications projects in the world.
NAP of the Americas, Data Center Colocation
Terremark's flagship facility, the NAP of the Americas®, is one of the most significant telecommunications projects in the world. The Tier-IV facility was the first purpose-built, carrier-neutral Network Access Point and is the only facility of its kind specifically designed to link Latin America with the rest of the world.
Miami has been ranked as one of the top-five best interconnected cities in the world, ahead of San Francisco, Chicago and Washington, D.C. Terremark's NAP of the Americas makes Miami the only city in the U.S. where Optical, Ethernet, MPLS, Voice and Internet traffic is handed off in a single location. The NAP of the Americas is located in downtown Miami, an area that has numerous telecommunications carrier facilities, fiber loops, international cable landings and multiple power grids. The convergence of telecommunications infrastructure is why global carriers, ISPs and other Internet-related businesses, educational institutions, and enterprises have chosen to become Terremark clients.
Switching the majority of South America, Central America and the Caribbean's layer-1, layer-2 and layer-3 traffic bound to more than 148 countries in the world, makes the NAP of the Americas the unrivaled gateway to the Americas.
This unique facility provides you with a secure, reliable carrier-neutral facility with direct backbone access to the world's major carriers. Via this massive connectivity, we can deliver to millions of businesses and consumers virtually anywhere in the world any available service from any network service provider in the world.
750,000 square foot, purpose-built datacenter
Tier IV facility with N+2 power and cooling infrastructure
Equipment floors 32 feet above sea level
Roof slope designed to aid in drainage of floodwater in excess of 100-year storm intensity assisted by 18 rooftop drains
Designed to withstand a Category 5 hurricane with approximately 19 million pounds of concrete roof ballast
7 inch thick steel reinforced concrete exterior panels
The building is outside FEMA 500-year designated flood zone
The NAP of the Americas has a centrally-located Command Center manned by security personnel 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Security personnel monitor all security cameras, guard building entrance and exit access points, and control key card access to elevators, floors and roof areas. In addition, environmental sensors notify tenants and mobilize rescue in case of emergency.