Where clouds are physically located.
We hear a lot about “clouds” these days, as if there’s some mystical place in the sky where data exists. But there’s no getting around physics and everything has to exist, in a physical form, somewhere. And that somewhere had better be safe and secure. Fiberpipe is… and it’s located in Boise, Idaho, one of the safest places in all the U.S. in terms of natural disasters.
Currently offering Tier I+ and Tier II+ level protection, Fiberpipe is among the safest places in the world to house your servers and data. Take five minutes to explore this site and we’ll show you exactly how and why.
When looking for data center services, it is important to understand the four classification levels of Tiers. Each Tier classification establishes a set of data center site-level infrastructure topologies required to sustain data center operations. These classifications help you better understand the level of services you need to meet the security and redundancy requirements of your business model and most importantly budget. Our data center designs follow the guidelines established by the Uptime Institute for Tier classification levels.
The reason we use Tier II+, is because our Tier II center has some elements of a Tier III facility, but we wouldn’t make the Tier III claim unless we lived up to all Tier III standards to the fullest. Additionally, Fiberpipe, is an SSAE-16 audited facility which ensures we are meeting our internal Tier level objectives.