About USA Los Angeles Data Center
The Los Angeles data center, located in the western part of the United States, is the closest city in the United States to China, with CN2 bandwidth directly connected to mainland China and 99.98% service availability. The data center network has been docked to 25 Internet Exchanges around the world, with access to CN2 GIA, Unicom, and Mobile 3 lines directly connected to China, and directly connected to world-class network operators and partners via fiber, Ethernet, COAX or POTS. It not only ensures fast access for global users, but also provides 99.98% grid connectivity.
The Los Angeles Data Center in the United States has top-notch DDoS defense, superior DDoS detection, protection and filtering, and improved security precautions to deal with increasingly frequent threats.
Technical specifications of Data Center


  • 24×7 multi-layer secure access
  • 24×7 infrastructure and perimeter monitoring
  • 24×7 Customer Service / Security Gate
  • 24×7 CCTV system monitoring
  • Keycard and biometric access control

Space and Environment

  • 100,000 square feet
  • Enclosures, cage areas and custom configurations available
  • Total cooling capacity is 4,000 tons

Electricity supply

  • Provide 2N+1 emergency generators
  • Provide 2N DC power UPS system
  • DC power supply: option A and B available
  • 2N and N emergency generator configurations
  • Six high-tech rotary UPS units configured as 2N+1

Global Footprints

  • Web-intensive platform
  • Average 15 operators per site
  • Over 100 operators in all locations
  • More than 15 MW of available power
  • Available Hosted Internet Infrastructure
Speed Test
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