H5 Data Centers' San Luis Obispo Data Center Provides Access to US-Asia and US-Australia/New Zealand Submarine Cables
H5 Data Centers’ San Luis Obispo data center is in a 44,000 SF data center located at 3610 Sacramento Drive near downtown San Luis Obispo. The San Luis Obispo data center is ideal for content companies, digital media, and cloud service providers seeking the benefits of proximity to US-Asia submarine cables and to have a Central CA point of presence. H5 Data Centers can provide wholesale data center customers with superior access to nearly all long haul, metro, and submarine cable backhaul infrastructure to nearby cable landing stations, which can ultimately help you lower network costs and improve latency to access end users and customers across the globe. At our San Luis Obispo data center, H5 Data Centers can provide access to a powered shell or full build-to-suit data center, which allows customization and data center tier architecture based on the required uptime of the networking, compute and storage requirements.
Unique aspects of the San Luis Obispo data center include:
- 44,000 SF data center
- Data center space in proximity to US-Asia submarine cables
- Ample on-site parking
- Faster time to market than a greenfield construction project
- Significant expansion opportunities
- Capital lease options
he San Luis Obispo data center is a purpose-built data center facility that is served by PG&E’s reliable electrical grid.
Electrical and mechanical highlights include:
- 2N DC power
- Option for 2N AC UPS power
- N+1 mechanical systems
- N+1 generator-backed utility power
- Diverse power feeds from separate utility substations
- Hot and cold row data center design
- Utility power from PG&E
The San Luis Obispo data center is equipped with secure access systems and digital security cameras
The San Luis Obispo data center offers the following security benefits:
- Secure access controls
- Digital cameras monitored 24x7
- Early smoke detection system
The San Luis Obispo data center boasts access directly to the CenturyLink network and other key metro fiber providers. Further, there are five (5) key international submarine cables that land in the San Luis Obispo vicinity. H5 Data Centers can offer carrier-neutral data center and meet-me room services, providing customers with access to a variety of regional, national and international telecommunications carriers and fiber providers. With its carrier partners, H5 Data Centers serves a growing community of enterprises, content delivery networks (CDNs) and cloud service providers seeking to improve their mission critical operations.
Some of the proximate submarine cables include:
Highlights of H5 Data Centers’ San Luis Obispo network-neutral data center include:
- Japan-U.S. Cable Network (JUS), which boasts network points in nearby Morro Bay, CA, Manchester, CA, Shima, Japan, Kitaibaraki, Japan, Makaha, Hawaii, and Maruyama, Japan, is nearly 23,000 km in length. Some of the key networks on the Japan-U.S. Cable Network include Verizon, AT&T, BT, Sprint, CenturyLink, KDDI, NTT, Chungwha Telecom, Tata Communications, SingTel, Telekom Malaysia, Softbank Telecom, Orange, SK Broadband, KT, China Telecom, China Unicom, LG Uplus, HKBN Enterprise Solutions, Starhub, PCCW, Telstra, Vodafone and PLDT
- Asia-America Gateway (AAG) Cable System, which lands in San Luis Obispo, Keawaula, Hawaii, Tanguisson Point, Guam, La Union, Philippines, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, Vung Tau, Vietnam, Tungku, Brunei, Sri Racha, Thailand, Mersing, Malaysia, and Changi North, Singapore, is 20,000 km in length. Some of the key networks on the Asia-America Gateway (AAG) system include Telekom Malaysia, AT&T, Starhub, PLDT, CAT Telecom Public Company Limited, Airtel (Bharti), Telstra, Telkom Indonesia, BT, Eastern Telecom, PT Indonesia Satellite Corp, Spark New Zealand, Viettel Corporation, Saigon Postel Corporation, Vietnam Telecom International, Brunei International Gateway, BayanTel, and Ezecom
- Pan-American Crossing (PAC), which has network points in nearby Grover Beach, CA, Tijuana, Mexico, Mazatlan, Mexico, Unqui, Costa Rica, and Fort Amador, Panama, is approximately 10,000 km in length. CenturyLink is the owner of the Pan-American Crossing system.
- Pacific Crossing-1 (PC-1), which has landing points in nearby Grover Beach, CA, Harbour Pointe, WA, Shima, Japan, and Ajigaura, Japan, is nearly 21,000 km in length. NTT is the owner of the Pacific Crossing-1 cable system.
- Southern Cross Cable Network (SCCN), which has landing points in Morro Bay, CA, Hillsboro, OR, Kahe Point, Hawaii, Spencer Beach, Hawaii, Suva, Fiji, Takapuna, New Zealand, Whenuapai, New Zealand, Brookvale, Australia and Alexandria, Australia, is over 30,000 km in length. Spark New Zealand, SingTel Optus and Verizon are the system’s owners.
- Direct access to the global CenturyLink network
- Backhaul access to numerous US-Asia and US-Australia/New Zealand cable landing stations
- Access to the region's top metro fiber and communications providers
- Multiple fiber points of entry
- Cross connections available within 2 business days of order
San Luis Obispo sits between the booming San Francisco Bay Area (Silicon Valley) and the growing digital media hub in Los Angeles (Silicon Beach). The community is supported by one of the best engineering universities in the United States (California Polytechnic University). Further, H5 Data Centers' experts can support mission-critical IT infrastructure requirements by constructing, managing and maintaining the mechanical and electrical infrastructure required for state-of-the-art IT environments. The San Luis Obispo data center provides industry-leading energy efficiency and enhanced physical security. Customers that choose H5 Data Centers, trust us to protect their most important digital assets more reliably and efficiently.
H5 Data Centers’ San Luis Obispo data center product offering includes:
- Turn-key wholesale data center space
- Private data center suites
- Private cages and cabinets
- Powered shell build-outs
- Significant space for expansion
- 100% uptime SLA