Lumen South Brunswick 1

4260 US Route 1 North

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1.33 miles Agile Princeton NJ
AGILE Princeton is conveniently located, 45 minutes via car or train from both New York & Philadelphia and just 5 miles from the Princeton Junction train station.
6.57 miles QTS Princeton
11.26 miles BNY Mellon Somerset
11.40 miles CyrusOne Somerset
Phase 1 is 50,000 gross sqft at full build out the facility will have 330,00 gross sqft. The total building's sqft is 430,000sqft and sits on 22.5 acres
11.54 miles Morgan Stanley Somerset
11.62 miles OneNeck Somerset
11.62 miles Rackspace Belmont NYC2
11.87 miles Rackspace Somerset NYC1
1.2 MW UPS Power Capacity N+N Redundancy
12.33 miles Digital Fortress Piscataway
13.29 miles QTS Piscataway
The site was acquired from Dupont Fabros in June 2016 for $125 million. It was previously known as "DuPont Fabros NJ1" when owned by Dupont.
13.29 miles DataBank Piscataway EWR2
13.38 miles Open Data Centers Piscataway
13.46 miles Atlantic Metro EWR7
13.46 miles Cyxtera Piscataway EWR3-B
The Piscataway facility was formerly known as NJ4.
13.46 miles 365 S Randolphville - Digital Realty
13.56 miles 1115 Centennial Ave: Digital Realty
13.66 miles 3 Corporate - Digital Realty
3 Corporate Place contains approximately 135,000 square feet of state-of-the-art data center space and 25,000 square feet of office space. It offers 26 MW of utility power capacity.
13.66 miles Cyxtera Piscataway EWR3-A
14.37 miles 365 Bridgewater NJ
The New Jersey facility is located in Bridgewater, NJ, just 40 miles west of New York City along the fiber-rich “Magic Mile.” The 25,565-square-foot data center offers 2.3MW of capacity.
14.72 miles Verizon Wireless Branchburg
15.19 miles LexusNexis Edison NJ
15.19 miles Iron Mountain New Jersey
Iron Mountain's site is in Edison, NJ. Iron Mountian acquired the site in January 2018 in a $1.34 Billion acquisition of IO Datacenter's operations in the United States which included 4 IO sites

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The combined company of CenturyLink and Level(3) has one of the largest networks in the world.

The combined company of CenturyLink and Level 3 is a patchwork of data centers that span over Europe, North America, and Latin America. The data centers came through acquisitions that include Global Crossing (2011) and TW Telecom (2014).

A Timeline of Level 3 Acquisitions

  • 2020: CenturyLink rebrands as Lumen Technologies
  • 2017: CenturyLink acquired Level 3's data centers and network for $34 billion
  • 2015: Black Lotus (for Level3's DDoS mitigation product)
  • 2014 Level 3 acquired TW Telecom for $5.7 billion
  • 2012 Level 3 acquired Voxility
  • 2011 Level 3 acquired Global Crossing (GX) for $2.0 Billion
  • 2007: Level(3) acquired Broadwing for $1.4 billion
  • 2006: Level(3) acquired Progress Telecom for $137 million
  • 2006: Level3 acquired Looking Glass Networks for $96 million
  • 2006: Level3 acquired Telcove (Adelphia Business Solutions) for $1.2 billion
  • 2006: Level3 acquired ICG Communications for $163 million
  • 2005: Level 3 acquired WilTel for $680 million
  • 2002: Level3 acquired Genuity for $242 million
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