Internap Boston

70 Innerbelt Road

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Building and Location:


  • Datacenter was constructed in 2000
  • The structure is two stories
  • Structure Type: Structural steel, reinforced concrete
  • Exterior Type: Masonry
  • Seismic Rating: Zone 2A
  • Ceiling Clearance: 16 foot

Power:


Electric Utility Provider: nStar

Network Providers:


Although Internap is a carrier, the company operates a "carrier neutral" data center. The following carriers are available in the site. (More networks are available via the CoreSite Building Meet-Me-Room (MMR).

  • AT&T
  • Lightower (Sidera/RCN/METRO Optical Networks)
  • Reliance Globalcom Services, Inc.
  • Verizon Business
  • Lightower
  • CenturyLink
  • Verizon
  • XO Communications

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70 Innerbelt Road
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0.00 miles FirstLight Somerville
Located less than one mile from I-93 on the Boston/Somerville line and at the intersection of multiple redundant fiber networks, ColoSpace Somerville offers a combination of convenience to downtown Boston and Cambridge
0.00 miles CoreSite Somerville BO1
0.01 miles AXCELX Somerville
0.10 miles Evocative Somerville BOS1
Datacenter built in 2009 and expanded in 2013 Two (2) Story structure
0.14 miles Cogent: Somerville
0.47 miles Tierpoint Charleston
Located on the Hood Park campus, TierPoint’s Charlestown data center is a short walk from the Sullivan Square MBTA station located near I-93.
0.62 miles Verizon: Cambridge 89 Fulkerson
Former XO Communications site
0.72 miles Level3 Boston (300 Bent)
1.03 miles Level3 Boston (1 Main)
1.81 miles DataBank BOS1
1.81 miles Crown Castle One Summer
Markley One Sumer is the landlord for Lightower at this site.
1.81 miles Verizon: One Summer
Markley One Sumer is the landlord for Verizon at this site.
1.84 miles Level3 Boston
1.84 miles Markley: One Summer Street
Markley's One Summer Street is Boston's carrier hotel. The building is the largest multi-tenant telecommunications facility in New England. Home to over 90 different carriers and network providers, One Summer offers clients unlimited bandwidth, high-density connectivity, unsurpassed infrastructure, abundant and reliable power, and true network diversity
2.00 miles Expedient Boston
4.21 miles Centersquare: Watertown BO1
Centersquare's cloud-enabled Watertown data center is located close to the center of Boston, and only 10 miles from Boston Logan International Airport. The facility was originally built in 2002 and then expanded in 2008 to add space, power, and cooling capacity.
8.80 miles 105 Cabot - Digital Realty
3 Story Structure Flood Zone: Outside 100 and 500 Year Flood Plain Seismic Zone 2A
8.82 miles 128 1ST - Digital Realty
Originally built by a telecom company in 2000, this facility has 13 MW of critical IT load that serves a total of 18 customers who are primarily internet based, financial services, and healthcare related companies.
9.54 miles 115 2nd - Digital Realty
Digital Realty full leased the building to a Triple Net tenant, Cyxtera BO3
9.54 miles Cyxtera Waltham BO3
1 Story Structure Raised Floor: 24"
9.68 miles Cyxtera Waltham BO2
1 Story structure Utility: NSTAR
9.70 miles Cyxtera Waltham BO1
Datacenter operational since in 1998. 2 story building Raised Floor: 12" Utility: NSTAR
9.70 miles 600 Winter - Digital Realty
Digital Realty full leased the building to a Triple Net tenant, Cyxtera BO1.
9.76 miles Equinix Boston BO1
9.95 miles 200 Quannapowitt
200 Quannapowitt Parkway is a 218,000 sq. ft. site that has 7 MW of power with expansion capacity of up to 12.5 MW. This two-story facility offers an ideal location for data center needs that require office space and/or Disaster Recovery. The building can support approximately 50,000 sq. ft. of raised floor and 25,000 sq. ft. of office space.
12.06 miles 55 Middlesex Turnpike - Digital Realty
1 Story structure Flood Zone: Outside 100 and 500 Year Flood Plain Seismic Zone 2A N+2 Cooling Plant Redundancy
13.59 miles EdgeConneX Boston
Customer work spaces are available Raised Floor: 30" EdgeConnex has rights to adjacent space to accommodate expansion.
13.94 miles Equinix Boston BO2
Equinix acquired BO2 as well as 28 other datacenters from Verizon in 2017. It was formerly named Verizon BOS1 Billerica. Constructed in 2001 Construction Type: Slab on grade, concrete
17.43 miles FirstLight Rockland
The site was acquired from ColoSpace in 2019.
19.91 miles Prov.net Boston North
Dedicated ½ Cabinet to Multi-cabinet Suites Diverse power feeds 750 KW Generator Redundant (A/B) Distribution

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Operating Company

Internap Corporation (NASDAQ: INAP) is a provider of data center services including colocation, managed hosting, cloud and network services. The company is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, United States with company-controlled data centers located in North America, EMEA, and APAC.

Internap History:

Internap was founded in 1996 and initially headquartered in Seattle. During the dot-com bubble, the company was smart to go public. The Initial Public Offering (IPO) took place in 1999 on the NASDAQ with the symbol INAP. Internap sold 9.5 million shares at $20 apiece, and the stock climbed as high as $73 before closing just below $53.

2002

INAP relocated its headquarters from Seattle to Atlanta.

2000

INAP acquired CO Space, Inc which provided the company with its data center offering.

2012

Acquired Voxel for $35 million in cash. Voxel provided on-demand dedicated hosting and cloud services to enterprises and Web-centric businesses. Voxel had more than 1,000 customers and has approximately 50 employees.

2013

Acquired iWeb, a Montreal-based web hosting and colocation services provider, for $145 million.

2016

In September, Peter D. Aquino became the CEO of Internap. Aquino replaced Mike Ruffolo who's short tenure lasted from May 2015 to September 2016.

2018

  • In January, INAP acquired SingleHop, a IaaS provider for $132 million in cash.
  • In March the company announced it was moving its headquarters to Virginia. Atlanta will continue to serve as local operations and staff headquarters, while the new official corporate headquarters will be located in the Virginia office. The new Virginia HQ will “INAP's corporate headquarters will be a small group in charge of capital allocation, strategic direction, and external affairs.”

The company had bankruptcies in 2020 and 2023

2024

In 2024, INAP rebranded as HorizonIQ

26 Facilities Owned
18 Markets Served
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