Cary, North Carolina Data Center


  • Geographic location: Cary, NC (Raleigh metro area)
  • Purpose-built building for critical data processing/call center
  • 24” raised floor on concrete slab
  • Not susceptible to flooding
  • Roof access

Fire Protection

  • Overhead and underfloor smoke detectors
  • Halon 1301 suppression system
  • Dual action dry-pipe interlock


  • Proximity card system
  • Video surveillance
  • Locking server racks


  • Redundant, diverse fiber entrances
  • Internet bandwidth with multiple upstream providers
  • BGP failover
  • IPv4 + native IPv6 dual stack network
  • Separate, private network for backup traffic


  • Dual power feeds from separate substations
  • 1.7MW diesel generator
  • Underground fuel tank, 48 hour capacity
  • UPS system with redundant battery strings
  • 208V and 120V available


  • Redundant CRAH systems
  • Humidity control
  • Temperature monitoring

About Our Cary Data Center

Our Cary datacenter is located in the heart of Raleigh, North Carolina–our home turf and an IT industry hub.

We are pleased to provide HA design and connectivity with major networks such as Zayo and Level3.

Cary is also a low disaster risk area, rated as low to moderate seismic risk and not susceptible to flooding. This makes Cary an ideal choice for your backups and DR infrastructure. 

Our first datacenter in the Raleigh, NC area we now use our Cary location primary as a network point of presence, with some low-density colocation options available.


Available Services

Anycast Delivery Platform

A relentlessly optimized platform purpose-built from the ground up to deliver performance anycast across global markets and regions.

IP Transit

We offer 1g, 10g, 40g and 100g ports, and our own blend of transit. Our IPv4 and IPv6 dual-stack network is available in over 70 carrier hotels worldwide.

Cloud Connect

Enabling advanced routing between the public cloud, our infrastructure, and your resources. Benefit from dedicated, private connections to public cloud providers.

Check out our looking glass to perform traces and reverse traces, test ping latency, and more.