Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about Massive Networks by discovering our frequently asked questions.

As a premier telecommunications provider, Massive Networks is headquartered out of Boulder County, Colorado.
Massive Networks has been designing, procuring, building, and managing networks for twenty years as a company. Our relationships with the major providers are invaluable, but what makes us unique is the number of interconnects we have done with local and regional vendors.
Paul Mako (CEO) and Kevin Flake (COO), bring a refreshing approach to the telecom industry. With over 20 years of combined experience under their belts, the Massive Network team is equipped with engineers who can navigate the Carrier Ecosystem for an IT team or business.

Massive is Type II SSAE 16 and SOC 1 & 2, HIPAA and PCI compliant.

Massive’s AS number is 21777.

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We use anycast to provide high availability DNS resolution. There are ten servers spread across our network for redundancy and load balancing. The DNS Server numbers are:

Massive is built on state of the art technology that is delivered through a Layer 2 platform taking business-critical data off the public Internet.
Massive Networks provides a Blended Bandwidth solution that delivers up to 12 tier 1 carriers all on one connection. This is NOT peering as these connections are are direct 10 GIG and 1 GIG connections to top tier 1 ISPS (NO COGENT).
Massive has direct 10 gig peering sessions set up with Netflix, Apple TV, Amazon, Facebook and others as well as Direct on ramping to Microsoft Azure, Soft Layer and Amazon Web Services. All of this traffic traverses a private layer 2 connection to the customer premium with out traversing the public internet.




Massive Cloud Exchange can provide a data stream connecting directly to Microsoft Azure, Office 365, Amazon Web Services, Google Platform, or other Cloud Service companies that you may need to connect to so that your data exchange can operate at the speeds and performance of your internal LAN. Even more importantly, your cloud service becomes a virtual part of your LAN, safe, secure, and simple.

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