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Independently owned and operated for more than 10 years, Jacksonville’s Network Access Point (JaxNAP) serves the needs of data centers and networks both in Northeast Florida and abroad.

Our Story

Making Intergalactic Connections

Over the past 10 years, we have honed our skills to create an experience that goes above and beyond the expectations of our clients. We are always looking at ways to put our facilities at the forefront of technological advancement.

JaxNAP began with a dream. Now we offer direct connections to Dallas, Atlanta, and all of North East Florida as well as subsea connectivity to Central and South America, the Caribbean, and other distant regions.

Our History

Facility Purchased

Founder Luke Leonaitis purchased the soon-to-be JaxNAP facility and began construction.

2004

Our History

Construction Begins

Facility construction began for Jacksonville Network Access Point (JaxNAP). Business development secured JaxNAP's future spot as a premiere network exchange hub & host.

2005

Our History

AMX-1 Subsea Cable

The AMX-1 long-haul subsea fiber cable to South America joined the growing list of networking and connectivity options within JaxNAP.

As part of an ever-expanding global network of submarine cables, these subsea fiber optic pathways connect JaxNAP’s Internet and data services to the rest of the global digital community, creating a peering environment that is second to none in the Southeastern United States.

2015

Our History

PCCS Subsea Cable

The PCCS long-haul subsea fiber cable to South America joined the growing list of networking and connectivity options within JaxNAP.

As part of an ever-expanding global network of submarine cables, these subsea fiber optic pathways connect JaxNAP’s Internet and data services to the rest of the global digital community, creating a peering environment that is second to none in the Southeastern United States.

2015

Our History

Data Center Space

Since day one, JaxNAP was designed to provide and maintain a net-neutral standard. The internet is growing fast and we've been growing with it since 2004.

In 2015 we started offering our 2N facility to enterprise networks, cloud, and colocation providers.

The bread and butter of JaxNAP is our highly available, net neutral network options, and our 2N power design with diesel & UPS battery backup power sources.

2015

Our History

Meet-Me Room & JXIX

Began development of our Meet-Me Room & the Jacksonville Internet Exchange room on the 4th floor of our building.

2017

Our History

JaxNAP Meet-Me Room

A Meet-Me Room is a space that is used to physically connect networks from different firms.

Multiple interconnection solutions are made available by our Meet-Me Room. Firms can create a Point of Presence (POP) to allow other firms within JaxNAP to connect with them. Here firms can also have access to the Jacksonville Internet Exchange (JXIX), a net-neutral source to connect to small networks and large fiber backbones.

2018

Our History

GoRACK Migration

In 2019, founder of JaxNAP, Luke Leonaitis purchased ownership of GoRACK Data Centers and moved their facilities to 421 W Church St..

2019
       

“At JaxNAP, our goal is to provide North Florida with the opportunity to connect the world through our reliable facilities.”

Founder and President

Strategic Location

Located in Jacksonville, FL.

Situated next to the AT&T switch hub and JEA’s chilled water plant, the JaxNAP facility sits at the crossroads of the north/south and east/west fiber routes that converge in downtown Jacksonville. JaxNAP also provides a direct connection to the most reliable municipally-owned electric grid in Florida ensuring that our infrastructure is not only convenient to access, but always up and running as well.

Our Infastructure

Built to Last

Enjoy Peace of Mind

Operating a NAP in Florida comes with its own unique set of environmental concerns and challenges – namely extreme weather. You can rest easy knowing that your infrastructure is stored safely within a building that is designed to withstand a CAT 5 hurricane.