JAX1: 421 West Church Street, Jacksonville, Florida
International Interconnect Hub
JAX2: 4800 Spring Park Road, Jacksonville, Florida
Enterprise-Grade Data Center
Why connect with Cologix in Jacksonville?
The Two Leading Network-Neutral Northern Florida Data Centers
Cologix operates the two leading network-neutral Northern Florida data centers in Jacksonville. JAX1, at 421 West Church Street in Jacksonville’s central business district, is home to Northeast Florida’s largest concentration of Internet and telecommunications companies. We also own and operate the JAX2 facility at 4800 Spring Park Road, which houses the leading enterprise-grade Jacksonville data center and disaster recovery facility.
Reduced Costs, Latency, and Risk
Jacksonville is a significant hub in the Southeast due to two separate submarine cable systems, enabling direct fiber access to Central and South America as well as the Caribbean. Leveraging Jacksonville colocation data centers as a network node allows our customers to create an express route to South America without traversing through Miami, which reduces costs, latency, and risk.
Connect to network and cloud service providers in Jacksonville.
Director of Carrier Services, Hurricane Electric
“Over the last two years, Hurricane Electric’s presence with Cologix has enabled us to broaden our network reach through the opportunity for additional peering relationships while continuing our strategic, global expansion.”
Vice President, Comcast Business
As our business portfolio evolves, our customers are increasingly interested in colocation as part of their overall solution. Our relationship with Cologix enables us to address more customer opportunities with the confidence that their infrastructure will be well supported
Jacksonville Data Center Quick Facts
Located at the fiber crossroads linking Florida to long-haul routes toward Atlanta and Dallas
Direct connectivity to Central and South America via subsea cables
5 times less likely to be hit by a hurricane than Miami
Biggest city by area in the continental U.S.
Key transport and distribution hub with deep water seaport