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              BurstNET - Miami DC1 is located in the area Miami, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 28-09-2013.
              This data center is located within 200 Technology Center.

              200 SE 1ST ST
              33131 Miami
              Florida, USA

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              The new BurstNET?Miami Downtown facility - a SSAE 16 compliant Tier II facility, with a heavy focus on Co-Location purposing, including heathcare, financial, and government clientele---operating as the most affordable solution in the Miami metro market.

              BurstNET?maintains it's own CWDM fiber optic network (1G, 10G, 40G, & 100G multi-circuit capable), running over a leased dark fiber redundant ring, directly connected to major Miami carrier hotels, including Verizon/Terremark NAP (50 NE 9th St) and 32 NE 2nd Street. This enables BurstNET?to compete directly with major Miami Colocation facilities, offering similar bandwidth carrier options/pricing, whilst offering lower Data Center services pricing. BurstNET?Miami clientele have access to all the major Miami network carriers, including peering exchanges like the NAP of the Americas, all over BurstNET's?own transport system at nil to minimal cost.

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