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Our Tier1 Data Center Facilities include
- Network Operations Center
monitoring, staffed 24x7x365
- Access controlled by access card
and biometric scan, with motion detecting surveillance system
- Dual, fully redundant Gigabit
Ethernet connections to SAVVIS and to Internap
- Network routing optimization
technology for enhanced network performance
- 13,000+ square feet of raised
floor data center space with customized colocation offerings
- Highly stable, controlled,
raised-floor environment with redundant power delivery, back-up
generators, fire detection
- and suppression, HVAC, humidity
control and physical security
- Operating Environment Set at 68°F
(20°C) with 45% humidity and a variation of no more than 8°F of
temperature, or 4% in humidity
- Fire Detection multi-zone above
and below raised floor monitored internally by the NOC
- Highly trained and experienced
staff available for professional services and remote hands
Multiple Tier 1 Network Providers
Internet connectivity is provided by dual,
redundant Gigabit Ethernet connections to SAVVIS and to Internap.
The SAVVIS network node is located the
building adjacent to our NOC and has eight (8) OC-192 connections to the SAVVIS nation-wide network.
Internap provides connections to
multiple Tier1 Internet backbone providers, including AT&T, UUNET, Sprint, Verio, Level3 and more.
Our NOC's facility includes more than 13,000 square feet of raised floor data
center space, 1,200 square feet of "telco-style" space, plus a high tech Network
Operations Center (NOC), conference rooms, administrative space and break rooms.
Cooling and humidity is controlled by more than 12 air
handling units (AHUs) featuring N+1 and N+2 redundancy (dependant on location
within the center). The system keeps the operating environment in the data
center at 68 degrees with 45% humidity with a variation of no more than 8
degrees of temperature and 4% humidity
Electrical power from Colorado's Xcel Energy is delivered from dual
feeds from the Surrey Ridge substation. The electric service in the building is
connected to parallel redundant Powerware UPS units, which delivers conditioned
power to the data center via a Starline Bussway system. This system eliminates
the need for traditional power distribution units (PDU's) and enhances the
reliability of the system as well as making "A" and "B" power available to every
computer equipment cabinet. The power is backed up by two diesel generators
connected to separate automatic transfer switches (ATS).
Fire Detection & Suppression
Fire detection within the Data Center is
provided by an early detection alarm system monitored both within the NOC and by
Honeywell as a backup third party monitoring service. The monitoring system
informs the NOC staff of the specific alarm generating the warning and its
location. The data center has sensors installed both above and below the raised
floor to detect gases that rise with the airflow in the center as well as heavy
gases that tend to settle under the floor. The fire suppression system is a
pre-action, dry pipe which would discharge water only from the appropriate
locations if the heat in the data center increases enough to trigger a fire
sprinkler head. The discharge of a sprinkler would signal the emergency power
off switch which would simultaneously turn off the electrical power to the
entire data center room.
Secure and Reliable
In order to ensure the security of your equipment and data, our NOC provides the
latest technology for access control and surveillance, monitored 24x7 by
experienced technical staff.
Access to the Data393 data center is controlled by access card and biometric
scanning systems. All data center entrants must be authorized by Data393 Network
Operations Center (NOC) personnel prior to entry to the facility. In order to
reduce the risk of lost or stolen access cards, all cards are kept on file
within the NOC. To obtain entrance, visitors are required to surrender photo
identification to NOC personnel for verification before receiving an access
card. For additional security, entrance to all raised-floor and colocation areas
requires both a biometric scan and use of the access card.
More than 40 high-tech cameras, connected to a closed circuit digital video
recording system monitor the data center. This system provides NOC staff with
the ability to visually monitor all doors to the data center and all cabinets
within the data center. The system detects any movement, triggering one or more
of the cameras to capture a digital image of the movement, which is recorded and
archived. The images are archived periodically and can be transferred to any
digital media on-demand.