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NAP of the Americas - Equinix Miami MI1
50 NE 9th Street
Miami, FL 33132
Located in Miami
  • 355,000 Gross SqFt
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    Megawatts

Equinix has 4 data centers in the Miami area, but the MI1 site is their flagship. Not only is it the biggest Equinix facility in Flordia, but it is the best connected. Equinix acquired NOTA as well as 28 other data centers from Verizon in 2017.

36 NE 2nd - Digital Realty
36 Northeast 2nd Street
Miami, FL 33132
Located in Miami
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  • Owns Owns the Building

The building is one of Miami's top interconnection points the building is home to the former Telx bMMR, Equinix MI2 which is a former Switch and Data site, and ColoHouse.

CoreSite Miami MI1
2115 NW 22nd Street
Miami, FL 33142
Located in Miami
  • 48,000 Gross SqFt
  • Owns Owns the Building

CoreSite’s MI1 data center in Miami provides connectivity from the U.S. to South America, as well as existing and scalable connectivity to NAP of the Americas. Built to withstand a Category 5 hurricane.

QTS Miami
11234 NW 20th Street
Miami, FL
Located in Miami
  • 38,000 Gross SqFt
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The QTS Miami data center rated to survive a category 5 hurricane, is above the 500-year flood level, and also has 3,000 sq. ft. of office space

ColoHouse
36 Northeast 2nd Street
Miami, FL 33132
Located in Miami
  • 24,000 Gross SqFt
  • Does not own Owns the Building

ColoHouse is located in Digital's carrier dense 2115 NW 22nd street building


Largest Data Centers in Flordia

Gross SqFt Gross SqFt Power (MW) Power (MW)
NAP of the Americas - Equinix Miami MI1 355,000 17.45
DataSite Orlando 13.40
Cyxtera Tampa TP1 96,000 9.60
AT&T MIA1 7.50
Edgeconnex Miami MIA02 65,518 6.00
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Conduits bringing in external fiber networks
The building is 36 stories and was built in 1973

Outside of CoreSite's MI1 in Miami
Posted in CoreSite Miami MI1
Source: CoreSite
Security Desk at CoreSite MI1
Posted in CoreSite Miami MI1
Source: CoreSite
Customer Colocation Floor Space at CoreSite's MI1 Site
Posted in CoreSite Miami MI1
Source: CoreSite
Rendering of the T-Mobile Facility in Ft Lauderdale
Posted in T-Mobile Everglades MSO
Source: Lincoln Rackhouse
Colocation room
Posted in DataBank MIA1
The KeyCenter site was a former Telefonica facility
Posted in Nabiax: KeyCenter
Customer Lobby Area
Posted in TierPoint Jacksonville
JAX2 at 4800 Spring Park Road
Posted in Cologix Jacksonville JAX2
Outside of Carrierhouse Data Center & Teleport
Posted in Carrierhouse
Conduits bringing in external fiber networks
Conduits
Posted in JAX NAP 421 W Church

Conduits bringing in external fiber networks

Source: JAXNAP
The building is 36 stories and was built in 1973
Park Tower building at 400 North Tampa
Posted in WOW! Tampa

The building is 36 stories and was built in 1973

Front side and parking lot
Posted in Flexential Fort Lauderdale
Rendering of EastonVille FL Data Center
Posted in HostDime Eatonville
Rendering of proposed HostDime Data Center and Office
Posted in HostDime Eatonville
Source: HostDime
QTS at 11234 NW 20th Street
Posted in QTS Miami
Aerial View of Cyxtera TPA1
Posted in Cyxtera Tampa TP1
Source: Google Maps
Flexential facility in Northeast Tampa
Posted in Flexential Tampa 3
Outside of the converted office building
Posted in Flexential Tampa 1 and 2
Source: gmaps
NOTA Side View w Red Paint
Posted in NAP of the Americas - Equinix Miami MI1
Source: Phillip Pessar, Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/southbeachcars/21847037816
Nap of the Americas - Overhead
Posted in NAP of the Americas - Equinix Miami MI1
Source: Equinix
NAP when owned by Terremark
Posted in NAP of the Americas - Equinix Miami MI1
Source: Terremark