MyMediabox servers are co-located in Atlanta, Georgia and Cincinnati, Ohio.
The EQUINIX AT1 facility in Atlanta, Georgia is Atlanta’s premier colocation facility, located in the same high-security building as the Atlanta 911 call center, with multiple redundant carrier-neutral 1GigE and 10GigE metro connect fiber paths between the three EQUINIX Atlanta facilities and multiple internal IP Transit providers. The EQUINIX AT3, a facility in Atlanta, Georgia, is a telecom carrier hotel with 10 floors hosting 36+ IP Transit and other communications providers with the 2nd largest convergence of fiber in the United States after 60 Hudson Street in NYC. MyMediabox strategically hosts its DR and content distribution equipment in the AT1 facility and obtains bandwidth through fiber metro connect to the AT3 facility for Ultra Low-Latency IP Transit services provided by Internap and their patented MIRO technology finding the best latency-optimized routes through many of the global Tier 1 and Tier 2 fiber carriers available in the AT3 facility.
The Peak 10 Cincinnati facility in West Chester, OH is one of 23 enterprise-class data center facilities located in 10 key markets in the Southeast United States owned and operated by Peak 10. The Cincinnati facility has multiple Tier 1 carrier fiber connections through Level 3 Communications, TW Telecom, and Cincinnati Bell Technology Solutions. Local carrier access is augmented by private fiber loops to other Peak 10 facilities in Louisville, KY and Nashville, TN to utilize their carriers. MyMediabox hosts the Mediabox solutions from this location with continuous data replication to the Atlanta EQUINIX AT1 facility.