The Cincinnati data center is home to several metro, long haul and telecommunications access providers such as AT&T, Inteliquent, Windstream and Zayo. H5 can provide resilient and private data center suites or a powered shell adjacent to these leading carriers and more, to enable lower latency and efficient network access.
Conveniently located adjacent to the downtown Central Business District (CBD), H5's Cincinnati data center has excellent access to the greater Cincinnati metropolitan area with close proximity to interstate highways I-75 and I-71.
More than 2 million people live in Cincinnati and some of the largest companies in the US call it home, including Kroger, Proctor & Gamble, Macy's, Fifth Third Bank, and Western & Southern Life Insurance. Nearly 50% of the US population is within a 10-hour drive of the metro area.Unique aspects of the Cincinnati data center include:
In addition to market-leading access to communications and fiber providers, Duke Energy's power grid serving Cincinnati is some of the country's most reliable and affordable, with average annual costs per kWh of less than $0.06. H5's Cincinnati data center can also be built to the most stringent compliance and uptime requirements.Electrical and mechanical highlights include:
H5's Cincinnati data center is monitored by its national 24x7 security center. The data center offers some of the following security benefits:
H5's Cincinnati data center offers carrier-neutral colocation and data center services, providing customers with access to a variety of different regional, national and international telecommunications carriers and fiber providers. With its carrier partners, H5 serves a growing community of enterprises, content delivery networks (CDNs) and cloud service providers seeking to improve their mission critical operations.Highlights of H5's network-neutral data center:
Cincinnati happens to rank as one of the safest locations to place a data center in the Midwest, as it is very unlikely to be affected by tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes, or flooding.H5's Cincinnati data center product offering includes: