Evolve IP Logical Network Diagram
This diagram represents the architecture of the Evolve IP Cloud Platform. This specific example depicts a scenario where an organization’s headquarters and branch office with call center, are on Evolve IP’s virtual private cloud connected via private IP over T1, DS3, and Fiber connections. A remote office and home-office users are also depicted connecting over public Internet connections, such as cable or FIOS. All locations are leveraging the power of Evolve IP’s cloud, as delivered through our four technology centers.
Evolve IP’s Geographically Redundant Technology Centers
401 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. At 1.283 million square feet, it is Philadelphia’s largest commercial building, covering one square block. The facility includes more than 100 data center service providers; dual Peco Energy Co. power lines, providing 100 percent redundancy; UPS; one of the most fiber-centric buildings in the country with more than 50 on-site providers; internal electronic and on-site surveillance; reinforced construction and state of the art fireproofing. Marketed as “Philadelphia’s premier carrier hotel. ”
989 Old Eagle School Rd., Wayne, Pa. Located inside the heart of Evolve IP’s national headquarters, the Wayne Technology Center is secured with biometric access controls, state-of-the-art fire suppression, redundant fiber rings, battery and generator backup, and hardened glass windows.
Super NAP, Las Vegas, NV. Evolve IP’s Las Vegas Technology Center is located in the Switch SuperNAP. Switch provides colocation, connectivity, and cloud services for Fortune 1000 corporations, mid-sized enterprises, government agencies, and other businesses conducting mission-critical business on the Internet. Super NAP is located on the nation’s newest power grid, with redundant power, onsite generation, a proprietary air flow cooling system and 24×7 armed security.
Cleveland, Ohio. Just a short drive from downtown Cleveland is the Midwest’s premier data center campus, Neo Park, where Evolve IP houses two redundant data centers. These SSAE-16 and PCI-DSS audited facilities are secured with biometric access controls, state-of-the-art fire suppression, redundant fiber rings, battery and generator backup and a significant access network housing seven Tier 1 providers.