Compliant, secure Colocation Services in Austin, TX

Our colocation solutions deliver reliability and performance that scale with your business and help you avoid the costs and stress of expanding an in-house infrastructure or building one from the ground up. Our colocation facilities are maintained to industry compliance standards and provide the redundancy and security your business needs to ensure continuity.

LightEdge Austin data centersOur Austin Colocation data center facilities offer:

  • Reduced Risk: Our Austin Colocation Services are strictly maintained to HITRUST CSF, SOC 2, 3 and PCI standards to maximize your security and compliance
  • Proactive Support: Backed by 24/7/365 “Remote Hands” technical support for tactical response. Our highly trained and industry-certified techs diagnose, isolate, troubleshoot and resolve issues in a highly controlled manner
  • Network: LightEdge has combined best-of-class networking and equipment with top tier providers and fiber connections to ensure the utmost in data center connectivity
  • Power: Designed for high-density cloud computing environments with a combined 21 Megawatts of capacity

We’re dedicated to supporting your mission-critical operations as your business evolves. Whether you need a rack, cage, or a private suite to accommodate your needs, you’ll benefit from LightEdge’s enterprise-class Austin data centers, redundant power architecture, and advanced cooling design. Our hybrid hosting lets you take advantage of our managed services and cloud offerings, so you can easily scale without the large capital costs associated with hardware and software.

Plus, you gain 24/7/365 access to support teams of certified engineers located at our Austin data centers. While other providers stop at the network layer, our Full7Layer Support delivers expertise up the stack when you need it most.

What is Colocation?

Colocation is a highly secure data center building where equipment, servers, space, and bandwidth are available for organizations to rent. Colocation is a data center facility that businesses buy or rent space in to host their IT servers to experience higher security and guaranteed uptime. The colocation provider is responsible for the maintenance and security of the facility. They ensure the power and cooling is redundant, so outages are not experienced. Learn more about how colocation hosting works here.

Austin Colocation Highlights

Austin data center security features

Location – Austin is a thriving hub of tech innovation, 200 miles from the Gulf of Mexico, 150 miles from Houston, and 200 miles from Dallas. Our Colocation facilities are just a 7 minute drive from the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.

Austin, Texas Data Center I
2916 Montopolis Drive, Suite 300
Austin, TX 78741

Austin, Texas Data Center II
7000-B Burleson Road, Suite 400
Austin, TX 78744

Power – Our Austin colocation facilities are on the ERCOT power grid, which is separate from the other two major power grids in the U.S.

Cooling – Redundant Liebert cooling systems and slab floors with 14-foot overhead plenum for advanced HVAC remediation and delivery ensure that servers are kept at their optimal operating temperature.

Security –Monitored and controlled 24/7/365 by video monitoring, DVR retention, key card security, and biometric access points. Multiple logical security systems, including intrusion detection, vulnerability, and risk. SSAE 18 audited, and compliant with PCI-DSS v3.0 and HIPAA / HITECH.

Redundancy – Redundancy is built into all LightEdge data centers. Our facilities are designed to weather nearly any conceivable incident with very minimal downtime. Our Austin Colocation facilities have redundant isolated path power architecture for true 2N power, multiple redundant utility transformers, generators, automatic transfer switches (ATSs), main switch panels, UPSs, and PDUs.

Colocation Services Options

Austin data center facility

Rack – For smaller space requirements, you can opt for a rack-based solution in a more cost-effective, shared data center environment. Racks can be added to scale as needed.

Cage – Located within a shared space, you gain all the advantages of the existing LightEdge network and data center infrastructure, plus the convenience and security of a dedicated, secure cage to house critical infrastructure.

Private Suite – A physically separate, dedicated space with cooling, power, network and access options for a higher level of customized service.

Colocation and Data Center Resources

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Colocation Services Highlights

Data Center Security & Compliance

  • HITRUST-certified
  • SSAE 18 / AICPA SOC 2 Type 2, SOC 3 certified, enterprise-class data centers
  • Multi-layer physical and logical security systems
  • Two-factor, biometric authentication on all critical entry points
  • Bulletproof man-trap for entry authentication
  • 24/7/365 monitored video surveillance with 90 days retained
  • Onsite NOC staffed around-the-clock in each data center

Secure Colocation Facilities

  • Secure cabinets, cages, and private suites
  • Individually locking, audit-traceable rack systems
  • Custom security options, including biometrics and keypads
  • 42U full cabinets with private 1/2 and 1/4 rack options
  • 1U increments available in secured shared cabinets

Fully Redundant Critical Systems

  • Redundant isolated path power architecture
  • 2N power from the substation to the rack
  • Always-on double conversion UPS systems
  • Minimum N+1 redundancy on HVAC infrastructure
  • Advanced airflow delivery and containment
  • Redundant 1.5MW diesel generators
  • Super-vault tanks with 48 hours of fuel and priority refueling
  • Dual-interlock, dry-pipe, pre-action fire suppression system

High-Performance Connectivity

  • Full mesh network architecture to ensure 100% uptime
  • Carrier neutral network data center facility
  • Blended bandwidth via multiple tier-1 providers
  • Dynamic, performance optimized, best path routing
  • Redundant and diverse fiber delivery
  • Dedicated links between data centers