Phoenix Colocation

300+ days of sunshine. 24x7x365 Uptime.

Did you know that some of the world’s largest businesses colocate in Phoenix? The city of Phoenix is ideal for colocation because of its limited risk from natural disasters, robust network connectivity, access to abundant sources of energy and a business-friendly environment.


Simplicity provides carrier-neutral colocation in Phoenix and has access to one of the largest fiber trenches in the United States. Telecommunications carriers like AT&T, CenturyLink, Level3, TeliaSonera, and Zayo are available to provide you with the network connectivity needed.


Simplicity’s Phoenix colocation facility is SSAE 18 with annual, independent audits according to: EU-US Privacy Shield framework; SOC 1 Type II, SOC 2 Type II, SOC 3; NIST 800-53; ITAR.


Simplicity offers a 100% uptime service-level agreement on critical support infrastructure. With 24/7 support coupled with real-time intelligence analysis, you can be confident that your service will always be on.


When you sign up for 1 year of colocation, managed services, or virtual server.

Promo Code: 3month

Phoenix Data Center Specs

  • Site Specifications
    • Data Center – 109,476ft²
    • Access – 24xForever
  • Power Systems
    • 2(N+1) UPS redundancy
    • 5.02 MW critical load UPS capacity
    • 180 W/SF power density
  • Module Capacity
    • Total Slots – 165
  • Telecommunications
    • Carrier-neutral blended, and proactively managed and monitored, IP bandwidth
    • 3 Tb total network capacity
    • Redundant, automatically rerouted connections ranging from 10 Mbps to 10 Gbps
  • Access Control
    • 24xForever onsite security, 5-zone security access
    • Data center secured by access ID and biometrics
  • Certifications
    • SOC1 Type 2
    • SOC2 Type 2
    • SOC3
    • HITRUST and PCI certification services available
  • Cooling Systems
    • N + 1 cooling redundancy
    • Hot/cold aisle configuration
    • 1.6 PUE rating
    • 100% power SLA
  • Disaster Relief
    • Location provides natural disaster risk reduction