Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, Peak 10 is a regional data center provider offering a solid selection of colocation, cloud and managed services. Located in the Mid Atlantic region and Southeast United States, Peak 10’s data center facilities offer superior data infrastructure services in 28 facilities servicing 7 metro regions from Cincinnati to Miami.

World Class Data Center Colocation

The foundation of Peak 10’s service offerings is the robust network interconnecting the various tier III type data center facilities. Add on to that infrastructure a team of managed services experts and you have a strong, flexible East Coast data center colocation service offering. Peak 10’s data center growth strategy is a difficult one to compete against regionally because they tend to enter nearby markets who are already familiar with the Peak 10 brand.

Cloud Services

Peak 10 offers a typical cloud service offering tuned for multi-tenant data center customers who decide to move from a half rack of servers when the hardware needs to be refreshed rather than pay the high capex expenditure.

In the cloud service overview video below they boast that a customers application performance on their cloud would be equal to or better than on a physical server: “…performance is better than or equal to what it was on physical servers.”

Overselling Cloud Performance?

Certainly performance is a worthy goal, but it’s a little ridiculous to say that the performance would be equal or better at an implied equal or lower cost. With financing options available that basically convert the CAPEX expenditure of buying servers into an operating expense, why would someone want to head for the cloud? Can you run a PBX in the cloud with the equivalent number of seats per server than you can on dedicated hardware? How about intense database servers? And here’s the question that focuses the point, would a bitcoin miner be able to get the same or better performance on Peak 10’s cloud than on purpose built hardware?

While purpose built hardware is the exception, the general rule is that with their solid infrastructure a P2V failover solution with Peak 10 shouldn’t reduce performance. But if your application is performance intensive, unless the cloud infrastructure is purpose built for a specific application (e.g. super computer) you’re not going to get equivalent performance as you would from purpose built hardware.

Cost savings are the driving force behind cloud computing, which makes sense why Peak 10 is touting performance so as to make the CAPEX versus OPEX case with sales prospects. But if a company is looking to be acquired eventually, it makes sense to have physical servers as their primary site since you get a multiple on capital investments such as data infrastructure but not on operating expenses such as cloud services. Perhaps the best case scenario is where a company purchases a lease to own solution of a private cloud (physically and logically separate from other customers) and has Peak 10’s cloud team members perform managed services to manage the environment.

Managed Services

The advantage the Peak 10 has with its interconnected data center facilities spread throughout the Mid Atlantic and Southeast US is that they can compete for the best talent in those regions. Hiring solid managed services staff is tough to do since they tend to learn a company’s infrastructure and eventually get recruited by that company to leave and work in-house. Peak 10’s regional brand name recognition makes it easier to hire IT talent inspite of the natural churn.

General Company Statistics

CompanyFacilitiesOn-net CarriersCustomersInvestors
Peak 1028XO, Level 3, Time Warner, Zayo / Above.net, Lumos Networks, Comcast, American Telesis, Cox, Verizon, Windstream2500+GI Partners


Peak 10Chairman & CEODave JonesDave Jones, Chairman and CEO
Peak 10Executive VP & Chief Financial OfficerBrian NoonanBrian Noonan, Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer
Peak 10Executive VP & Chief Operating OfficerJeff SpaldingJeff Spalding, Executive Vice-President & Chief Operating Officer
Peak 10Executive VP, Technology & OperationsJeff BiggsJeff Biggs, Executive Vice-President Technology & Operations
Peak 10Chief Commercial OfficerAllen SkipperAllen Skipper, Chief Commercial Officer
Peak 10SVP, Customer OperationsJoe DeneyJoe Deney, Senior Vice-President Customer Operations
Peak 10SVP, Human ResourcesKarin DaviesKarin Davies, Senior Vice-President Human Resources
Peak 10VP, Sales Operations and Product StrategyMonty BlightMonty Blight, Vice-President Sales Operations & Product Strategy
Peak 10VP, MarketingTara HeptinstallTara Heptinstall, Vice-President Marketing
Peak 10VP, FinanceTricia OryTricia Ory, Vice-President Finance
Peak 10VP, System & Process ImprovementMark WensellMark Wensell, Vice-President System & Process Improvement
Peak 10SVP, National AlliancesSteve HarrisSteve Harris, Senior Vice-President National Alliances
Peak 10RVP, National Partner AllianceMike StockwellMike Stockwell, RVP National Partner Alliance


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Peak 10 Data Centers Locations:

View all of Peak 10’s data center facilities on our Data Center Map.

CompanyFacilityTotal Size ft2PhotoAddressCityStateZip
Peak 10Jacksonville 1-218,500Peak 10 Jacksonville 1-2 Data Centers4905 Belfort Road, Suite 145JacksonvilleFL32256
Peak 10Tampa 1-221,000Peak 10 Tampa 1-2 Data Center9417 Corporate Lake DrTampaFL33634
Peak 10Tampa 360,000Peak 10 Tampa 3 Data Center8350 Park Edge DriveTampaFL33637
Peak 10Fort Lauderdale 1-233,000Peak 10 Ft Lauderdale 1-2 Data Centers5301 NW 33rd AveFort LauderdaleFL33309
Peak 10Atlanta 1-220,000Peak 10 Atlanta 1-2 Data Centers2775 Northwoods Parkway NWNorcrossGA30071
Peak 10Atlanta 315,000Peak 10 Atlanta 3 Data Center12655 Edison Dr.AlpharettaGA30005
Peak 10Louisville 1-328,000Peak 10 Louisville 1-3 Data Centers752 Barret AvenueLouisvilleKY40204
Peak 10Charlotte 1-333,600Peak 10 Charlotte 1-3 Data Centers8910 Lenox Pointe Drive, Suite ACharlotteNC28273
Peak 10Charlotte 410,000Peak 10 Charlotte 4 Data Center10105 David Taylor DrCharlotteNC28262
Peak 10Raleigh 1-345,000Peak 10 Raleigh Data Centers5150 McCrimmon Parkway Suite 423MorrisvilleNC27560
Peak 10Cincinnati 118,000Peak 10 Cincinnati Data Center5307 Muhlhauser RoadWest ChesterOH45011
Peak 10Nashville 1-219,100Peak 10 Nashville 1-2 Data Centers7100 Commerce Way, Suite 25BrentwoodTN37027
Peak 10Nashville 3-430,500Peak 10 Nashville 3-4 Data Centers425 Duke Drive, Suite 400FranklinTN37067
Peak 10Nashville 512,500Peak 10 Nashville 5 Data Center4600 Carothers ParkwayFranklinTN37067
Peak 10Richmond 1-224,000Peak 10 Richmond 1-2 Data Centers8851 Park Central DrRichmondVA23227

Network AS Numbers and Peering

AS NumberPeered IPv4 CarriersPeered IPv6 Carriers
AS19271PEAK10 - Peak 10,USCENTURYLINK-US-LEGACY-QWEST - Qwest Communications Company, LLC,US. TWTC - tw telecom holdings, inc.,US.

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Competitive Advantages

A strong regional growth strategy paired with solid managed services and cloud infrastructure make Peak 10 a competitor in the metro areas they serve. Having data center facilities in proximate markets allows companies to remain with Peak 10 as they grow their company locations throughout the East and South.


Peak 10 has data center facilities South, Midwest and Eastern US. Below is a list of competitors in the markets Peak 10 serves.

CompanyFacilityTotal Size ft2CityStateZip
Peak 10Jacksonville 1-218,500JacksonvilleFL32256
Peak 10Tampa 1-221,000TampaFL33634
Peak 10Tampa 360,000TampaFL33637
Peak 10Fort Lauderdale 1-233,000Fort LauderdaleFL33309
Peak 10Atlanta 1-220,000NorcrossGA30071
Peak 10Atlanta 315,000AlpharettaGA30005
Peak 10Louisville 1-328,000LouisvilleKY40204
Peak 10Charlotte 1-333,600CharlotteNC28273
Peak 10Charlotte 410,000CharlotteNC28262
Peak 10Raleigh 1-345,000MorrisvilleNC27560
Peak 10Cincinnati 118,000West ChesterOH45011
Peak 10Nashville 1-219,100BrentwoodTN37027
Peak 10Nashville 3-430,500FranklinTN37067
Peak 10Nashville 512,500FranklinTN37067
Peak 10Richmond 1-224,000RichmondVA23227

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