Data Center: HNL1

Located at 3375 Koapaka Street in Hololulu, Hawaii, the HNL data center is the largest carrier-neutral data center and cloud marketplace operating in Hawaii.

About the HNL1 Data Center

Data Center Location

3375 Koapaka Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96819

As the primary data center in Hawaii, HNL1 provides network-neutral cloud services to enterprises, content companies, system integrators, and ISPs. Our Hawaii data center also features the DRFxchange, the only Wcommercial exchange in the state that allows participants to send traffic to any other participant. The DRFxchange enables businesses to keep their internet traffic local to Hawaii without going out to the mainland and back.

In addition to our Hawaii data center (HNL), we’ve got California and the Pacific covered. Learn more about our Emeryville, San Jose, Santa Ana, Los Angeles LA1, LA2 and LAX data centers. You can also directly connect to the rest of our national and global data centers in Phoenix, AZ; Plano, TX; Reston, VA; Ashburn VA; Hong Kong, and Singapore.

Space & Environmentals

  • Redundant (N+1) mechanical HVAC (Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning) infrastructure design
  • Cooling system capacity to support dense blade and storage-oriented environments
  • In-row hot/cold isle cooling design
  • Advanced temperature and humidity monitoring
  • Advanced fire suppression with multi-zone monitoring and management
  • Dry-pipe pre-action fire detection system
  • FM200 deployment

Power

  • Redundant (N+1) electrical infrastructure with power monitoring and management systems
  • High density 150 watts per square foot power deployment available
  • Redundant (N+1) power fed from diverse PDUs available
  • Power delivered in 120V or 220V with 20A or 30A circuits
  • Power available in single and three phase configurations

Interconnection

  • Akamai
  • AT&T
  • Bruhaas
  • Cloudflare
  • Facebook
  • GTA
  • Hawaiian Telecom
  • HDT
  • Luhina
  • ONATi (formerly OPT)
  • Pacific Wave
  • RTI (SEA-US)
  • Telstra
  • ASTCA
  • Bluesky
  • CenturyLink
  • Level 3
  • Cogent via PacWave Telecommunications
  • Google
  • GTT Americas
  • Hawaiki
  • Hurricane Electric
  • Neutral Tandem
  • Pacific Data Systems
  • Pacxa
  • Sandwich Isles Communications

Power

  • Redundant (N+1) electrical infrastructure with power monitoring and management systems
  • High density 150 watts per square foot power deployment available
  • Redundant (N+1) power fed from diverse PDUs available
  • Power delivered in 120V or 220V with 20A or 30A circuits
  • Power available in single and three phase configurations

Global Footprint

  • Network Dense Platform
  • Average of 15 carriers per site
  • 100+ unique carriers across all sites
  • Data center space in Singapore
  • 15+ MW usable power
  • Additional power and space available
  • Managed internet infrastructure available
  • AC/DC options