Jacksonville's Fiber Well
What is the JaxNAP?
Located at 421 West Church Street in bustling downtown Jacksonville, JaxNAP hosts a wide variety of independent collocation data centers, network Points Of Presence (POP), and subsea fiber providers. You could call us a "Carrier Hotel". Our facility is designed to provide Northeast Florida with a redundant Network Access Point (NAP) in between Miami, FL & Atlanta, GA. Within our walls is a well of cross country fiber providers & sub-sea cable systems such as:
- America Movil Submarine Cable System-1 (AMX-1)
- Pacific Caribbean Cable System (PCCS)
- South America Pacific Link (SAPL)
- C&W Networks (CWN)
- Crown Castle Fiber (CCF)
- and more...
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 Southeast United States.All Tenants
Peering between major networks isn’t the only transfer-oriented service offered up by the JXIX and JaxNAP teams. For ISPs that require upstream channels of traffic as well, our dense fiber landing pad also serves as a stable, efficient, and expedient pathway for IP transit and exchanges.
Connection Point to South America
We're partnered with companies like South America Pacific Link (SAPL) to provide a low latency data path to the South Americas.
Trans-Atlantic Fiber Optic Access
Connecting North East Florida across the Atlantic ocean as the only hub petween Atlanta, GA & Miami, FL.
Host of the JXIX
As the only peering exchange located in the Northeast Florida area, JaxNAP is proud to serve as the sponsoring host of the Jacksonville Internet Exchange (JXIX). The JXIX facilitates simple peering between Google, Akamai, and a variety of other high-traffic networks.