FiberState SLC1 – Salt Lake City, Utah USA

106 E 13200 S, Draper, UT 84020


  • Carrier neutral Data Center
  • Redundant fiber paths
  • Dark Fiber assets to nearby facilities
  • Private DWDM network
  • 99.9% Uptime SLA
  • Port speeds available up to 100G
  • Metro and National interconnects
  • On-site carriers:
    • Cogent
    • Zayo
    • Lumen
    • CentraCom


  • 24/7/365 on-site engineers
  • Redundant Liebert HVAC systems
  • Video Surveillance & Biometric access control
  • Low natural disaster risk area
  • Ambient cooling from outside air in winter months
  • Catering to AI machine learning environments
  • Smart hands available



  • On-site Solar power integration
  • N+1 UPS Battery Protection (uninterruptable power supply)
  • Automatic emergency standby generators
  • High density cabinets and cages
  • 120v / 208v 3P options
What is Colocation?

Colocation, often referred to as “colo,” is a service provided by data centers that allows businesses to rent space for their servers, networking equipment, and other hardware. It enables companies to place their infrastructure in a professionally managed facility with reliable power, cooling, and security.

What are the benefits of Colocation?

Colocation offers several advantages, including enhanced data security, reliable power and cooling infrastructure, high-speed internet connectivity, reduced network latency, scalability, and cost savings compared to building and maintaining an on-premises data center.

What if I need to physically access my equipment?

Access to your equipment is simple, anyone with authorized biometric access setup can enter the building 24/7. 

Can someone help me with my equipment if I can't be there?

Absolutely, if you need a hand remotely, we are here to help. Just call our 24/7 number and we will assist based on your instructions.