NewCloud Selects Only the Best Data Center and Co-location Foundation for Our Cloud Hubs, Ensuring Maximum Uptime, Performance and Security.
The data center your cloud solution provider houses their cloud hubs in is a big deal. The data center or colocation facility drives the physical security layer in addition to the power, cooling, and connectivity coming in and out of the building. Top tier data centers will have five 9’s up-time or higher thanks to N+1 or better infrastructure redundancy. Our ultra-low latency network of cloud hubs spans the United States and Germany. Learn why we’re different.
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NewCloud takes data center selection very seriously. Here are just a few of the criteria that each of our locations meet:
Denver Tech Center
Our 100% NewCloud owned and operated data center in the Denver Tech Center.
Los Angeles Cloud Hub
One Wilshire Data Center - Downtown
NewCloud’s Los Angeles cloud hub is located at the legendary One Wilshire data center operated by CoreSite. One Wilshire is home to one of the most densely inteconnected meet-me rooms in the world with 200+ carriers and services providers interconnecting.
New York Cloud Hub
60 Hudson Data Center - Manhattan
NewCloud’s New York City cloud hub is located at the legendary 60 Hudson data center operated by Epsilon. 60 Hudson is home to one of the most densely interconnected meet-me rooms in the world with 300+ carriers and services providers interconnecting.
Phoenix Cloud Hub
Iron Mountain Data Centers - Phoenix Campus
NewCloud’s Phoenix cloud hub is located at the Iron Mountain data center campus, the largest in Arizona. Iron Mountain offers abundant space and reliable power for future expansion.
Atlanta Cloud Hub
345 Courtland St NE - Atlanta
NewCloud’s Atlanta cloud hub is located at H5 Data Centers. Atlanta is one of the worlds top 10 financial centers, and a hub for industry, telecommunications and infrastructure. H5 Data Centers offers a strategic location for servicing our customers in the Southeast with low latency network routes.
San Francisco Cloud Hub
200 Paul Data Center - San Francisco
NewCloud’s San Francisco cloud hub is located at the 200 Paul Ave data center operated by Digital Reality (formerly Telx). San Francisco is home to nearly 1,900 tech companies and one of the largest colocation markets in the US. The 200 Paul Ave data center is seismically rated for protection against earthquakes and provides access to dozens of the nations leading domestic and international carriers.
Dallas Cloud Hub
2323 Bryan Street Data Center - Dallas
NewCloud’s Dallas cloud hub is located in the iconic Univision Tower data center operated by Digital Realty (formerly telx). The facilities at 2323 Bryan St are home to over 60 carriers, making it a central interconnection and colocation hub.
Cleveland, OH Cloud Hub
1625 Rockwell Ave - Clevland
NewCloud’s Cleveland data center is a state-of-the-art, 351,000 SF Tier III facility designed to provide high availability, industry-leading energy efficiency and physical security to its customers. Located in H5 Data Centers, this data center provides customers with primary sites in Chicago and New York an advantageous site for disaster recovery deployments.
Frankfurt Cloud Hub
Hanauer Landstraße 322 - Frankfurt, Germany
NewCloud’s Frankfurt cloud hub is located in Interxion’s Frankfurt campus. NewCloud’s Frankfurt data center is strategically located and home to the core infrastructure of DE-CIX, Europe’s largest internet exchange. With direct cloud access, 99.999% availability SLA and 24×7 support, customers choose Frankfurt for its superior connectivity and gateway to Europe.
Düsseldorf Cloud Hub
In der Steele 29 - Düsseldorf, Germany
NewCloud’s Düsseldorf cloud hub is located in Interxion’s Düsseldorf campus. Düsseldorf sits on the internet highway between Amsterdam and Frankfurt and is home to the core network node of ECIX, Germany’s second largest internet exchange, giving it unparalleled connectivity.