Our Global Network Provides the Ultimate Security for Your Business

Our team has more than a decade of experience building state-of-the-art, secure, hyper-redundant website solutions — all housed in our hardened datacenters. We maintain a broad global presence, with multiple datacenters located around the world in geographically stable locations.

Our NA1 datacenter is located in the same hardened facility as our corporate headquarters in the Omaha-metro area. This reinforced structure was originally built by the Dept. of Defense to double as a nuclear fallout shelter for STRATCOM. All of our hardened datacenters are maintained by our skilled engineering team, ensuring your website and cloud infrastructure is managed by qualified experts who have your best interest in mind.

Hardened Datacenters for Your Enterprise Needs

Our datacenter partners provide the uptime and reliability fundamental to our infrastructure. We have datacenters in Omaha, USA; Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Manchester, United Kingdom; and Brisbane, Australia. All of our enterprise-solutions are fully managed by our team, secured in our hardened datacenters, reinforced by 99.999% available uptime, and backed by our always-available experts — 24/7/365. Find Out More.


99.999% Available Datacenter Uptime

Carrier Access
Four local SONET fibers provide redundant carrier/neutral fiber access (AT&T, Level 3, Century Link and COX) 

Internet Access
Route Science manages redundant, Tier 1 internet bandwidth with fully redundant, Carrier-class Cisco core routing and switching 

Network Monitoring
SNMP management tools monitor all critical infrastructure components 

Four fiber carriers with diverse points of entry 

Network Providers
Meet-me access to major carriers (AT&T, MCI, Qwest, Global Crossing, Alltel, Sprint, Cox and Level 3) 

Carrier Services
OC-3, OC-12, OC-48 and above

Internal Cabling
Cable management trays throughout the building use copper and fiber access to carrier bandwidth 

External Cablin
Dual points of entry into the building with multiple CO redundancy and fiber access