H5 Denver: IX-Denver Extends to the H5 Denver Facility

Jun 12, 2019 | Posted by Bob Tester

IX-Denver has extended their peering fabric to H5 in Denver. The non-profit Internet Exchange (IXP) is now natively available at three locations in the Denver metro.

    * H5 Denver at 5350 S Valentia Way, Greenwood Village
    * 910 Telecom at 910 15th Street, Denver
    * Flexential Aurora at 11900 E Cornell Ave in Aurora
Denver, CO - H5 Data Centers, a leading national wholesale data center owner and operator, announced today that IX-Denver is now directly available at its Denver data center campus. IX-Denver is a non-profit, neutral Internet exchange that provides access to more than 40 Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs). A member-driven and community-oriented exchange, the IX-Denver platform enables networks to simplify network management, increase route access, and reduce the costs of cross connections and IP transit.

H5 Data Centers owns a 300,000 square-foot data center campus in the Denver Tech Center where it has recently invested more than $25 million on upgrades and expansions. The extension of IX-Denver significantly increases the number of potential networks than can access the exchange.

"Denver is a rapidly-growing interconnection market," said Josh Simms, CEO of H5 Data Centers. "The partnership with IX-Denver will enable more networks in Colorado to access a rich peering platform at port speeds of up to 100 Gbps from our two, independent Tier III data centers. We look forward to supporting the broader IX community."

Denver Data Center Highlights:
  • 300,000 square-foot data center campus
  • Two (2) separate concurrently-maintainable data centers
  • Over fifteen (15) years of continuous uptime
  • 24x7 on-site engineering team and a 24x7 on-site security teams

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