Our Network

Built upon four Tier-1 connections, two peering exchange connections, NNI agreements with content providers and on-site caching servers from some of the internet's most prominent content providers, INOC Data Centers operates the most diverse and robust non-carrier network in Upstate New York.


ASNName
AS3356 Level 3 Parent, LLC
AS2914 NTT America, Inc.
AS174 Cogent Communications
AS6939 Hurricane Electric LLC
AS209 CenturyLink Communications, LLC
AS33891 Core-Backbone GmbH

ASNName
AS6939 Hurricane Electric LLC
AS2914 NTT America, Inc.
AS3356 Level 3 Parent, LLC
AS174 Cogent Communications
AS209 CenturyLink Communications, LLC

INOC connects to four Tier-1 bandwidth providers across our dark fiber ring.

We maintain redundant connectivity to our network POP at 60 Hudson in NYC where we exchange peering traffic at the Telehouse (NYIIX) and Digital Realty (DRIX) exchanges.

INOC maintains the most diverse and robust non-carrier ISP network in Upstate Albany New York.

INOC maintains redundant connectivity to our network POP at 60 Hudson in New York City where we connect to the Telehouse exchange (NYIIX) and the Digital Realty exchange (DRIX).

Between these two exchanges, we maintain several PNI/NNI connections to content providers allowing clients on our network direct access to the core of the internet.

Our complete peering information is available on PeeringDB.

Yes, INOC maintains IRR policy with RADb.net.

INOC utilizes the Cisco ASR and Nexus platforms.

INOC is SSAE 18 SOC 2 Type 2 audited (SSAE 18 replacing the former audits).

We renew our audit annually per AICPA best practices.

Our audit is performed by BARR Advisory, P.A., a registered firm in good standing with both the AICPA and PCAOB.

INOC’s 2018 SSAE 18 SOC 2 Type 2 report contains HIPAA CSF mappings and an opinion on the HIPAA security rule.

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