The Neutral Internet Exchange Called “SAT-IX” Will Be Located Downtown at 100 Taylor Street.
Archeo Futurus and H5 Data Centers announced a partnership to launch an Internet exchange at 100 Taylor Street in San Antonio called “SAT-IX.” H5 Data Centers, a leading national wholesale data center owner and operator, acquired 100 Taylor Street in November of last year. The deployment is the first Internet exchange at San Antonio’s leading carrier hotel and edge data center.
“We look forward to partnering with H5 Data Centers to build a more efficient Internet in San Antonio.”
The launch of an affordable and neutral Internet exchange in San Antonio is an opportunity for networks and content providers to reduce latency and transit costs. With access to more than 25 communications carriers, H5 Data Centers continues to build on the interconnection ecosystem rapidly growing in San Antonio.
“Starting an Internet exchange in San Antonio is a great opportunity for the companies to bring value to the region by offering an affordable and neutral Internet exchange platform,” explained Daniel Kluss, CEO of Archeo Futurus. “We look forward to partnering with H5 Data Centers to build a more efficient Internet in San Antonio.”
H5 Data Centers’ CEO Josh Simms added, “The expansion of an Internet exchange platform to 100 Taylor Street strengthens our world-class data center and interconnection offering. San Antonio plays a central role in long haul fiber routes from California to Texas and Mexico and such a partnership with Archeo Futurus is an excellent opportunity to create a vibrant peering community.”
San Antonio Edge Data Center Highlights:
- 85,000 square-foot carrier hotel
- Top point of interconnection in San Antonio
- New Internet exchange in partnership with Archeo Futurus
- Access to more than 25 communications carriers
- San Antonio is one of the safest locations in the U.S. to locate a data center