Our Data Centers

Connectria's enterprise-class hosting facilities are located in St. Louis, Missouri, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Dallas, Texas. Connectria's Midwest operations include two data center locations in St. Louis, MO. One data center was originally a US Government owned data center facility, which housed critical IT operations and data centers for the Army Logistics Command, GSA and the IRS among other government organizations. The building has since been privatized and converted into a "carrier hotel" with data center operations for numerous telecommunications companies and IT service providers. The building is located a few blocks from the AT&T switching centers and most telecom providers have a point of presence (POP) in the building.

The second St. Louis data center is a world-class facility located in one of North America's premier "Carrier Hotels". With state-of-the-art security, N+1 redundancy in electrical and environmental systems, and an on-site Network Operations Center monitored 24/7 by trained engineers this "Carrier Hotel" houses Points of Presence (POPs) for all of the major Internet & telecommunication carriers operating in the central United States including: Verizon (MCI/UUNet), Sprint, AT&T, Level(3), Qwest, XO Communications, Cogent, WilTel, Broadwing, Savvis, McLeodUSA, and Charter Communications among others.

Connectria's Delaware Valley data center in Philadelphia, PA is contained within Philadelphia's University City Science Center, which was established as a technology center by 31 area universities, hospitals and scientific organizations. It is a telco-style data center.

Connectria's Dallas, Texas data center is located within a Tier 4 CyrusOne facility. A Tier 4 designation is the highest level a data center can achieve, designed to host mission critical computer systems, telecommunications facilities and storage environments with fully redundant subsystems (cooling, power, network links, etc) and compartmentalized security zones, controlled by biometric access control methods. The Texas facility also provides improved connectivity and proximity for many international markets, such as South America, which has been a source of rapid growth for Connectria.

All Connectria Data Centers have successfully completed SOC 1 Type II audits in compliance with the SSAE 18 auditing standards.

Connectria can use any of our data centers to provide hosting services depending on a client's requirements, and either can provide primary data storage or data backup through the other facilities.

If you'd like to learn more about Connectria Hosting or to Request a Quote on any of our services, please contact us.