Miami, Florida

Miami Datacenter

11234 NW 20th Street
Miami, FL 33172

Facility Details

  • 30,000 sq. ft. of total enclosed space
  • 20,000 sq. ft. of 36″ raised floor
  • Pre-cast concrete structure with reinforced steel
  • Double-tee roof is 24″ deep with a 2.5″ concrete topping
  • Building has a 15′ clear height from top of raised floor to bottom of precast concrete double tee stems
  • 185 MPH wind rating
  • Rated for a Category 5 hurricane and designed to withstand flood damage


  • Utility power is provided via dual FP&L feeds to two (2) independent 2000 KVA electrical transformers
  • Three (3) 2 MW diesel generators feed parallel redundant UPS systems
  • The facility has a total of six (6) UPS systems; Three (3) 350 KW Liebert UPS modules in an N+1 configuration and another three (3) 350 KW Liebert UPS modules in an N+1 configuration
  • On-site diesel fuel will enable the facility to run at full capacity for one week
  • All power cabling below floors is installed in either conduit or sealtight flexible conduit with approved connectors to all equipment
  • The facility is equipped with twenty-seven (27) 30-ton Liebert CRAC units; Air-cooled chillers and CRAC units are N+1 redundant
  • Air temperature under floor maintained at 68° ± 5° with humidity at 50% ± 5%
  • Leak detection under all raised floor
  • Very Early Smoke Detection Apparatus (VESDA) provides the earliest possible warning of a potential fire event by detecting smoke particles at the incipient stage of fire
  • Pre-action dry pipe system requires alert from two sensors, which activates pipe fill and a final stage when the temperature exceeds thresholds


  • All building entrances require card key access; Data center floor and secured areas require card key and two-factor biometric authentication (finger print and iris scan) with a “man-trap” entrance
  • CCTV monitoring, single site entrance with security office and secure check-in; Property surrounded entirely by a seven foot high fence
  • Guards on site 24x7x365; Active patrols both inside and outside the facility
  • Cameras cover inside and exterior of building, property perimeter, all entrances, alternate workspace, and data center floor; Roof of building is monitored with CCTV and motion detectors

Miami Backbone Carriers

  • InterNAP – Multiple GigE
  • AT&T
  • XO
  • Verio
  • Telia
  • Sprint
  • Global Crossing
  • Tiscali
  • Savvis

* Redundant diverse fiber paths to NAP of Americas®