American Internet Services (AIS) open second data center

Mon, 9th July 2007, 05:26

San Diego, CA, July 05, 2007:  American Internet Service ( announced today the launch of a new 80,000 sq ft, state of the art, data center in San Diego.  American Internet Service (AIS) is now the largest independent Colocation provider in Southern California with more than 105,000 feet of premier Data Center and Colocation space. The new facility is located at 9305 Lightwave Ave in San Diego. 


American Internet Service’s first facility is located in the San Diego Tech Center.  This world class facility provides collocation services to many Fortune 500 clients.  AIS will maintain both San Diego data centers providing services both in the Golden Triangle/La Jolla area on the west side of San Diego and in the new San Diego Spectrum located in the Claremont Mesa area on the east side of San Diego.

When asked how AIS has been able to double its revenue in just over one year, Robert DeuPree, Chief Executive Officer says “American Internet Service’s amazing growth is attributed to two major factors.  The first is our clients demand for highly reliable, secure data center space and our ability to meet that need.  The second and most important reason is that we set ourselves apart from the competition by providing the best bandwidth, most uptime and the best customer service. AIS is setting the industry standards for colocation”.

Many Fortune 50 clients, including several well recognized “household” names and financial institutions that simply can not afford to go down and demand the ultimate in customer service choose American Internet Service. 


  • 13 Megawatts of Power
  • 1500 Tons of Cooling
  • Redundant UPS systems
  • Performance routing across 6 major backbones
  • Redundant feeds to redundant power substations and redundant generators
  • N+1 or greater redundancy on all data center and network systems.
  • State of the Art Security
  • 24x7 Staffing and remote hands
  • Standard setting customer service
  • Located between the 56, 15 and 163 freeways and Montgomery Field.