Internap Dallas: 1221 Coit

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Building and Location:


  • The InterNAP Data Center was originally constructed in 1986 and was completely re-developed in 2011
  • Two (2) Story structure
  • Seismic Rating: Zone 1B
  • Ceiling Clearance: 15 foot

Power:


Electric Utility Provider: Reliant (Oncor)

Telco Info:


NPA / NXX: 972-312

Network Provider:


Although Internap is a carrier, the company operates "carrier neutral" data centers. The following carriers are available in the site.

  • Cogent
  • Alpheus
  • Zayo
  • FiberLight
  • Time Warner Cable
  • Level3 (TW Telecom)
  • AT&T
  • Level 3
  • Unite Private Networks
  • GTT (Tinet / Tiscali)
  • Verizon
  • Internap IP Network Carriers
  • Century Link
  • Consolidated Communications
  • FPL FiberNet

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0.01 miles Mapletree: 1221 Coit
0.01 miles Evocative: Dallas DAL6
Evocative's DAL6 data center facility, located at 1221 Coit Road, Plano, Texas, was constructed in 2011. Spanning an impressive 111,000 square feet, this colocation site offers ample space to accommodate various data center operations and infrastructure requirements.
0.13 miles Lincoln Rackhouse: 1000 Coit
0.21 miles CoreWeave Plano
1.70 miles Flexential Dallas (Synergy Park)
1.88 miles NTT 2300 W Plano
In January 2019, GI Partners bought the more than 1 million-square-foot office and tech complex at 2300 W. Plano Parkway near Bush Turnpike.
2.70 miles 365 Richardson, TX
4.20 miles STACK Dallas-Fort Worth DFW01
There are three data centers on the campus: #1 is a 317,800 sqft data center with 21 MW of critical power #2 up to 11 MW #3 is a LEED Silver certified, concurrently maintainable data center with 94,400 square feet of technical space and 10.75MW of available power from two local substations.
4.20 miles Equinix Dallas DA7
Equinix invested more than $20 million for the DA7 IBX data center, which currently includes 1,200 cabinets
4.25 miles STACK DFW01B
STACK’s DFW01B data center boasts a substantial footprint of 156000 square feet area. This facility offers up to 11MW of critical capacity, with 2.2MW immediately available.
4.40 miles Stack: DFW01 Future Expansion
STACK Infrastructure's DFW01 Future Expansion offers a build-to-suit expansion opportunity with 50MW of accessible power, adjacent to DFW01A and DFW01B data centers.
4.43 miles VAZATA Dallas (DAL I & III)
The VAZATA site was previously known as: Horizon Dallas (DAL I)
4.43 miles 4025 Midway - Digital Realty
The Digital Realty 100,000sqft data center was built in 2000, renovated in 2008. The site is located near the George Bush Turnpike and North Dallas Tollway and provides an ideal data center location. VAZATA is the largest tenant.
4.49 miles Ascent Dallas DAL1
4.58 miles Digital Dallas Campus in Richardson - Digital Realty
4.58 miles Equinix Dallas DA10
The site was previously was a Terremark NAP of Dallas
4.59 miles 1232 Alma Road: DRT
4.61 miles AT&T Switching Station (Richardson)
A fire in October 2018 at this AT&T switching site caused a widespread outage of AT&T Internet and U-Verse TV services across North Texas.
4.61 miles 850 E. Collins Blvd: DRT
4.65 miles Rackspace Richardson DFW3
4.68 miles 900 Quality Way: DRT
This facility is a part of Digital Dallas Campus in Richardson
4.71 miles KDC: 1510 E Lookout
4.73 miles DataBank North Dallas DFW2
The facility is located in Northern Dallas in the Technology Business Corridor
4.74 miles 950 E. Collins Blvd: DRT
4.77 miles 900 N Dorothy
4.79 miles 1210 Integrity Drive: DRT
This facility is a part of Digital Dallas Campus in Richardson
4.85 miles 907 Security Row: DRT
4.95 miles Colo@ Dallas
4.95 miles Global IP Networks - Plano
5.30 miles Cisco Richardson TXDC1
5.34 miles Evocative: Dallas DAL1
Evocative's Plano, TX data center is strategically located between its West Coast and Northern Virginia facilities.
5.35 miles VPLS Plano DA1
5.35 miles Aligned Plano
Aligned's DFW-01 data center is located on a 19-acre campus at 2800 Summit Avenue in Plano. The facility offers 375000 gross square feet of space and 60 megawatts of power.
5.42 miles Aligned: DFW-02
Aligned DFW-02 is the second building of Aligned's Plano Data center campus. DFW-02 is part of a 19-acre campus offering 36 megawatts of critical capacity across 220,000 sq. ft.
5.51 miles 2440 Marsh - Digital Realty
the 69-acre Digital Dallas data campus is situated along primary fiber routes and has the unique distinction of having the privately owned, on-site 138kV substation fed from two independent utility substations.
5.53 miles Verizon Dallas (Richardson)
5.67 miles DataBank Plano DFW3
DataBank’s Plano DFW3 is the newest Uptime Certified TIER III Data Center, and the third in the Dallas area.
5.87 miles VAZATA Horizon Dallas (DAL II)
5.96 miles Flexential Dallas (Plano)
Flexential's Plano site in Dallas is former ViaWest. Flexential was created after Peak10 acquired ViaWest for $1.67 billion in August 2017.
6.05 miles Skybox Legacy
The Skybox campus can be expanded to 350,000 square foot capacity to host servers and provide 60 megawatts of power in later phases.
6.06 miles neGma Dallas
6.27 miles Mapletree: 3300 Essex
6.27 miles Stream DFW IV
6.29 miles EdgeCore Dallas
6.54 miles H5 Colo
6.54 miles DataBank DFW7 LBJ
6.62 miles 4849 Alpha - Digital Realty
6.77 miles NTT: TX3
NTT TX3 is the third building of NTT's Garland campus. The datacenter building is approximately 229,500 square feet in size consisting of additional office space and adding equipment to data vaults.
6.83 miles NTT TX2
NTT TX2 is the second building of NTT's Garland campus. The datacenter building is 229,500 square feet in size with two-story office and loading dock located on the ground floor.
6.85 miles NTT: TX4
NTT is expanding in Garland, adding another building to its existing campus. The project will consist of a new 235,910 sq ft (21,915 sqm) data center.
6.91 miles NTT Dallas TX1
RagingWire’s Dallas TX1 Datacenter is a 16 megawatt facility with 230,000 square feet of data center space. TX1 is the first phase of a 42 acre campus that can expand capacity up to 80 megawatts and 1 million sqft spread across 5 interconnected buildings.
6.92 miles Stream DFW VII
In January 2020, Stream commissioned phase I of a greenfield hyperscale data center development on a 23-acre site in Garland, next to northeast Dallas, Texas.
7.34 miles Digital Garland
7.37 miles Centersquare: Allen DAL1
The single-story Centersquare data center in Allen is part of Millennium high technology park in Allen, TX.
7.41 miles Prime: DFW02-02
Prime Data Centers is building more than $1.3 billion campus in Garland. The project includes three, two-story structures being built along Arapaho Road between Garland Avenue and Holford Road.
7.47 miles Digital Realty: 1505 Ferris
7.49 miles Prime: DFW02-03
Prime Data Centers is building more than $1.3 billion campus in Garland. The project includes three, two-story structures being built along Arapaho Road between Garland Avenue and Holford Road.
7.62 miles Prime: Garland, TX
Prime Data Centers is building more than $1.3 billion campus in Garland. The project includes three, two-story structures being built along Arapaho Road between Garland Avenue and Holford Road.
9.30 miles Centersquare: Webb Chapel DAL2
The Centersquare Dallas portfolio consists of two data centers located in Allen and Dallas providing close proximity to business hubs in downtown Dallas, Plano and Fort Worth.
9.51 miles CyrusOne Carrollton
60,000 SqFt of Office Space Power Density: 150–200+ watts/SqFt
10.39 miles Cisco Allen
10.65 miles Tierpoint Dallas-Allen
10.65 miles Compass Allen I
10.66 miles CyrusOne Allen
The project will have three phases. The first phase of CyrusOne's planned Allen data center would be 350,950 square feet. Two additional phases would add a 619,100 square foot and a 412,800 square-foot building.
13.26 miles CyrusOne Lewisville
Two independent power grids Onsite substation fed by 3 separate substations (Argyle, Carrollton, and Lewisville)
13.29 miles PowerHouse: Irving, TX
PowerHouse plans to construct a data center facility in Irving, Texas. The ambitious project will span a vast area of 946,200 square feet.
13.47 miles DataBank DFW6 Love Field
13.84 miles Prime: Dallas 2
Prime lists plans for a new 12MW, 96,475 sq ft facility at the adjacent 1517 Round Table Drive, Dallas, TX.
13.84 miles Prime: Dallas, TX
In April 2023, Prime Data Centers discreetly added Dallas to its list of data center locations. The company now has a presence at 1515 Round Table Drive in Dallas, offering 6MW of capacity across a 106,865 square foot (9,930 square meter) facility.
13.84 miles Fiberhub DFW1
13.85 miles Evocative DA4
This site (DA4) was sold to Evocative in 2022 by Carrier-1.
13.92 miles Prime: Dallas 3
Prime Data Centers is planning to develop a three-story, 96,800 sq ft (8,995 sqm) data center at 1455 Round Table Drive in Dallas County.
14.37 miles 8435 Stemmons - Digital Realty
14.61 miles Lumen Dallas 6
14.62 miles Verizon: 1300 W Mockingbird
Former XO facility
14.71 miles DataBank DFW4 Empire Central
The site was acquired by Zayo in January 2016 from Stream Datacenters.
14.76 miles QTS: Irving DC6
QTS has filed to build a new data center at 6300 Longhorn Drive in Irving, Dallas County.
14.78 miles QTS: Irving DC5
QTS has refiled plans for a data center known as DC5 in the Irving area of Dallas, Texas.
14.89 miles QTS Irving DC3
The QTS Irving 1 DC3 facility will provide our customers with an on-site substation and diverse campus fiber entrances with a redundant campus conduit system.
14.90 miles QTS Irving
In 2013 QTS acquired the former Maxim semiconductor plant. It was QTS's first data center in the Dallas market
14.93 miles QTS: Irving DC4
QTS Data Centers is building the Irving DC4 facility at 3 Longhorn Drive, Irving, TX.
14.97 miles CoreSpace Dallas
15.07 miles 4101 Bryan Street
The 4101 Bryan data center has changed hands many times. First owned by Switch and Data. It was acquired in 2010 by Equinix. Equinix then sold the data center to 365 Data Centers. In June 2015, 365 Data Centers sold the facility to an unknown buyer.
15.12 miles Equinix Dallas DA11
15.17 miles Flexential Dallas Infomart I-V
15.17 miles DataBank DFW5
15.17 miles Lumen Dallas 2
15.17 miles Cologix DAL1, DAL2, DAL3
Cologix DAL1 (28,000 SF) & DAL2 (12,000 SF) are both located in the carrier dense Infomart.
15.17 miles Atlantic Metro Dallas DFW1
15.17 miles Verizon Dallas (Infomart)
15.17 miles Infomart Dallas - Equinix Dallas - 1950 N Stemmons Fwy
The Infomart is the center of network Interconnection and Peering in Dallas. In fact, the Infomart is the nexus of the Interconnection marketplace for the entire South Central United States. The only other building with reasonable network density is Digital Realty's 2323 Bryant Street.
15.24 miles QuadraNet Dallas
15.24 miles Contegix Dallas
15.25 miles HostPapa DFW1
15.27 miles TierPoint Dallas (Colo4)
The site was formerly operated by Colo4 before being acquired by TierPoint in 2010
15.29 miles Equinix Dallas DA9
Equinix acquired DA9 in Irving as well as 28 other datacenters from Verizon in May 2017. It was formerly named Verizon DFW1.
15.50 miles CenturyLink Dallas (3180 Irving)
15.85 miles Atlantic Metro Dallas DFW2
15.86 miles Earthlink Dallas
15.86 miles LOGIX Dallas (2323 Bryan)
In 2018 LOGIX Communications acquired Alpheus Communications and this site.
15.86 miles Equinix Dallas DA4
15.86 miles 2323 Bryan - Digital Realty
Digital Realty's 2323 Bryan Street is an internet gateway and carrier facility in Dallas. Located in the Central Business District (CBD), the building consists of 26 floors and approximately 477,000 SF of datacenter, PBB and office space. Telx (acquired by DRT) operated the building's Meet-Me Room (MMR). The 35,036 sqft MMR is in suite 2440.
15.96 miles Hosting.com Dallas
16.10 miles Provision Data Services
The building's utility provider is Oncor, which provides redundant access to electrical substations. The data center can provide 2N power redundancy.
16.10 miles Sprocket DAL1
16.17 miles Edged Energy: Dallas, Tx
Edged Energy is building a new data center at 505 N Wildwood Drive in Irving. The project is named ‘Edged DFW Data Center’.
16.21 miles Opus3
16.37 miles Lumen Dallas 3
16.48 miles VAZATA: McKinney
VAZATA’s McKinney (McK) is located at 1720 Bray Central Drive McKinney, and is an ideal facility for companies seeking a colocation data center, business continuity and disaster recovery centers, and have access to a workspace area as well.
16.49 miles 400 S Akard - Digital Realty
The building is a eight story (7 stories with a basement) multi-tenant data center. An original five-story building which was constructed in 1921 for the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank, and was enlarged by two floors and a mechanical penthouse in 1939. In 1959, the building was expanded to the east with a new adjoining five-story building, and received additional major renovations in 1998 and 2007. Digital Realty Trust is the building owner, but there are many other data center operators in the building, including: DataBank DFW-1 Level3 Sprocket DAL2 Cogent Opus Interactive
16.49 miles Opus Interactive Dallas
16.50 miles Lumen Dallas 4
16.50 miles Cogent: 400 S Akard
16.50 miles DataBank Downtown Dallas DFW1
DataBank's 400 South Akard is a seven-story property built in 1921 to house the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. In 2000 the building was renovated as a datacenter, taking advantage of security features from its use as a banking facility.
16.50 miles Sprocket DAL2

Internap Dallas: 1221 Coit Data Center Photos


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Colocation cages at INAP's Plano facility

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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

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18 Markets Served
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