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DMIS selected InterNAP as our data center provider because, simply put, they are by far the best option in the greater Dallas Fort Worth, TX area. No matter how you measure data centers, the InterNAP Dallas facility will come out on top! It is a big, beautiful, green, efficient, redundant, optimized, state of the art facility that offers everything both large and small clients will ever need.


Whether you would like to host your data within the DMIS secure InterNAP space or require discrete secure space of your own, DMIS can assist with aggressive pricing, expertise, staging and installation, and project management. Give us a call, we are ready to get started!

DMIS Data Center Architecture

Why DMIS Chose InterNAP

INAP’s secure data centers are designed to keep your data safe.

  • 24/7 onsite security personnel and secure loading docks
  • Fingerprint-activated biometric locking mechanisms
  • Man-traps with weight sensors to determine if equipment is being carried out of the facility
  • 90-day video monitoring with security cameras available for individual cage environments as needed
  • Recorded “in and out” logs
  • Password-protected access to both physical locations and web portals
  • INAP’S secure colocation facilities are designed to adhere to domestic and international compliancy, customer care and environmental standards.
  • Our data centers comply with the regulations set up by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) for Service Organization Control (SOC) type II reports and HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996).
  • Annual audits verify our compliance, and you can leverage our third-party audits for your internal compliance requirements and reduce audit procedures within your organization.

INAP data centers are designed for concurrent maintainability to ensure ultimate reliability.

A concurrently maintainable data center design means that any component of data center infrastructure – whether electrical, mechanical or otherwise – can fail or be intentionally shut down without creating a disruption. Data center reliability is accomplished by building full overlays of electrical and mechanical systems in INAP facilities that include redundant equipment as well as multiple distribution paths.

Managed Internet Route Optimizer™ (MIRO)

Internap’s patented Internet route optimization technology, Managed Internet Route Optimizer™ (MIRO), enhances Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) by dynamically evaluating path characteristics including latency, packet loss and route stability to select the best route to any given destination, resulting in low latency, high availability and accelerated application performance.


Improving on BGP


  • Evaluates factors beyond BGP rules to find the fastest path and help avoid latency, jitter and application-impacting events.
  • Dynamically modifies BGP decisions by evaluating performance factors to select the best route to any given destination.
  • Reduces traffic latency by 44% compared with native BGP.

Dynamic Optimization


  • Thousands of traffic optimizations per customer per hour maximize the performance of public Internet routes
  • Redundant, high-speed connections to major Internet backbones provide unmatched reliability and reduce the risk of network outages.
  • Advanced analytics continuously adapt to changing network conditions so data reaches the end users faster and more consistently.

Comprehensive Visibility and Support


  • IPv4 and IPv6 compatibility to future-proof IP deployments.
  • Full network transparency allows for identification and correction of issues before they impact performance.
  • Performance and usage metrics provide additional operational insight.

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