Carrier Hotel - Enterprise-Grade Colocation Environment
Why connect with Cologix in Minneapolis?
Robust Carrier Ecosystem of National, Regional and Local Networks
Cologix operates 45,000 SQF of data center colocation and interconnection space in the 511 Building, the most connected building in Minnesota. Cologix’s three Minneapolis data centers offer a robust carrier ecosystem including national, regional and local networks, as well as the Midwest Internet Cooperative Exchange (MICE). MICE has grown dramatically, peaking over 80 Gbps of peering traffic and marking the city as the forefront of a national trend of Internet traffic moving closer to “edge markets.” Our Minneapolis data centers also support emerging cloud, financial, education and government platforms attracted to Minneapolis’s robust, growing economy.
20% - 50% Lower Costs vs. Metro Competitors
On average, customers save 20-50% on their network bill when choosing Cologix’s Minneapolis colocation data centers versus other facilities in the greater Minneapolis metro area.
Connect to network and cloud service providers in Minneapolis
“One IT has the ability to place clients in many data center locations, but Cologix is the only one around that was built leveraging Tier IV principles for concurrent maintainability with unique power redundancy, flexibility for cooling, security, and certifications that even the most cautious would feel comfortable with—combined with rates that are very reasonable.”
President, Minnesota VoIP
“The combination of both neutrality and a significant number of carriers is what makes network neutrality valuable. Cologix, in the 511 Building, is the only place in Minnesota with network neutrality and 80 carriers, while the nearest competition has less than a dozen networks, at most. This was a big factor in our choosing Cologix.”
Minneapolis Data Center Quick Facts
16th largest metro market in the U.S., with 3.5 million residents
State of Minnesota sales tax incentive program for qualifying data center deployments
Network hub for Upper Midwest and gateway to “Northern Route” to Seattle
Highest number of Fortune 500 headquarters per capita in the U.S.
Rapidly growing peering market and home to the Midwest Internet Cooperative Exchange (MICE)