robust carrier-neutral interconnection options
dense carrier ecosystems
iM cross-connections are secured on passive fiber and copper interconnect panels within our carefully-managed Interconnect Room, centrally located in our data center and with direct fiber connections to other facilities within the 35 NE 2nd Street building ecosystem. iM’s connectivity options and peering solutions reduce operating expense, expand market opportunities and empower growth. Instead of offering lit services to compete with our carrier Clients, we actively promote and facilitate profitable exchanges in every direction.
reduce costs, streamline & eliminate local loops
improve speed, redundancy, reliability & security
24-hour turnaround for cross-connections
competitive selection of connectivity choices
end-to-end management & monitoring
robust diversity & redundancy of routes
exchange & transport options
Direct connection to robust peering platforms lowers costs and delivers better performance by reducing hops through direct interconnections, and is further enabled by the iM-owned fully-autonomous Miami metro-area underground fiber optic system. Many providers offer competitive transport and IP options from interconnect Miami.
iM metro dark fiber available
iM’s metro dark fiber is available to connect our Customers to other key downtown network access points & business locations. This ring-architected loop was constructed by iM in 2000 as a carrier-neutral nexus for metro, regional and international carriers to enhance or create their presence. iM also offers outside plant lateral design/build to enable new routes and connections.
bandwidth & connectivity
iM’s carrier community keeps our Clients connected from server to server, server-to-office and server-to-other-datacenters, to enable unlimited data growth and guaranteed bandwidth on demand. Starting from the networks housed in our facilities, we connect to multiple under-ocean cables, and trans-global data traffic flows through multiple international gateways to Latin America, Europe and the Caribbean.