Due to its central location, Miami serves as the primary exchange point between North and South America. For businesses planning to expand their reach into the exploding Latin American market, Miami offers a premier location as well as favorable tax incentives. Despite its coastal location, the NAP of the Americas was built to withstand a category 5 hurricane, making this a secure facility.
With over 130 megawatts, over 1.1 million square feet of capacity, Miami has become a strategic data center hub for the western hemisphere. Prices per kilowatt average from $200 - $375. Additionally, this hub is located only 7 miles away from Miami International Airport (MIA).
The Miami NAP, or Network Access Point, is the fourth largest Internet exchange point in the United States. Southern Florida hosts the termination points for 15 undersea cable systems, which connect over 120 networks to 150+ countries.
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