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telecom hotel

A building that is constructed or rebuilt for datacenters. Also known as a carrier hotel, colocation center or Internet datacenter, telecom hotels typically house hundreds and thousands of Web servers for Web hosting organizations, large enterprises and other service organizations. See server farm.
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A telecom hotel is built by a developer and generally has a telephone company in it.
Metro Technology Center Atlanta is a critical node in our global network of class A telecom hotels in tier one cities including metro New York, Houston, San Diego, Seattle, Hong Kong Stockholm and future facilities to be announced over the next year," said Alex Twining, President and COO of MetroNexus, LP.
By selling the telecom hotel business and some of our other non-core assets, we can devote all of our efforts and attention to the expansion of the TerreNAP(sm) business.
Already under development with construction up to the third of six floors, and estimated to be operational by the second quarter of 2001, the TECOTA project, a 740,000 square foot telecom hotel, will also house the NAP of the Americas - which is the fifth Tier-1 NAP (Network Access Point) in the world and the first such Internet exchange point that will provide enhanced connectivity for all of the Americas.
Chalme has worked with the telecom hotels -- also known as 'mission critical facilities' -- for the past two years.
AMEX:TWW) added to its growing national network of telecom hotels today when its affiliate closed on the $4.
Greater Miami has a critical need for Telecom Hotel facility housing for several reasons: -- South Florida boasts a large concentration of Internet-related and telecommunications companies -- The current inventory Telecom Hotel space has been exhausted -- The forecasted growth of Internet use in Latin America is expected to increase exponentially in the next five years
XC will open over 100 optical nodes in 2012 adding accessing points and bandwidth to our ever growing network of 12,000 fiber miles and 10 telecom hotels.
Potential users include data centers, telecom hotels, high-tech manufacturing operations and utilities.
Level 3 owns and operates a total of 36 metropolitan networks -- 27 across the United States and nine in Europe, giving customers access to more than 350 data centers, central offices, telecom hotels and other buildings.
Sure Power supplies on-site, primary power generation systems delivering computer-grade electricity and round-the-clock cooling to businesses including data centers, telecom hotels, high-tech manufacturing operations and utilities.
The metro networks connect the company's data centers to key data traffic aggregation points in each city, such as central offices, telecom hotels and data centers operated by other carriers.

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