400 Paul is the first purpose-built data center project constructed in the city of San Francisco in more than 10 years. 400 Paul sits adjacent to 200 Paul, one of the most densely connected Internet Gateways in the US. The data center facility is situated between the two major north-south fiber routes, which connect San Francisco to Silicon Valley.
400 Paul customers have multiple options for metro, long haul, international, and specialized services, as well as for complementary products, including dark fiber, private line, IP, cable TV, voice and wireless. 400 Paul is well-connected to other major data centers, key exchanges, and traffic hubs in the Bay Area and beyond.
1547 Critical Systems Realty's San Francisco is ranked #119 in the Bay Area market. At a national level, San Francisco is operating amongst 2,442 colocation facilities and is ranked #2382 in The United States of America.