From the Lab

Introducing Keystone NAP—An Advanced Data Center for the Northeast

It is with great pride that Keystone NAP, after years of meticulous research and preparation, unveils today the first advanced data center in the northeastern US.

Located on the site of a former steel mill in Fairless Hills, PA, Keystone NAP combines extreme power durability and comprehensive connectivity with robust multi-tenant data center services, high-grade security, and massive capacity for future growth. As part of an elite category of facilities, Keystone NAP is one of a select few data centers in the United States to offer infrastructure support consistent with the demands of a web-scale enterprise.

Promising a powerful presence for businesses serving the Northeast, Keystone NAP offers:

  • Application Performance Advantage: Keystone NAP provides advanced services that reduce business risk and ensure operational efficiency and high-grade application performance, along with standard facility management, multi-tenant data center services, and work space recovery solutions.
  • Web-Scale Infrastructure: Four independent power generation plants adjoin the Keystone NAP site providing unmatched power availability, while diverse, carrier-neutral and redundant fiber routes (via Sunesys and Comcast) to a number of major peering points in the U.S. deliver guaranteed network performance.
  • Gateway to the Northeast: The physical location of Keystone NAP ensures ultra-low latency network connections to the dense corporate and consumer markets in the Northeast, with synchronous communications to Philadelphia, New York, and the surrounding areas. The facility is the only center of its kind within easy traveling distance of businesses in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC.

With Keystone NAP, companies can ensure optimal application performance whether they are storing and delivering data and services to their own employees, or using the cloud to support customer-facing applications. We are proud to support these enterprises by filling the data center gap in the Northeast.

And we’ve only just begun.