Data Center

Data Center

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Data Center

The network capacity of our data centers exceeds 2.5 Gigs of Internet connectivity via DS3, OC3, OC12 and Gigabit Ethernet connections to a wide variety of peer points and several transit providers.

  • Intel i7 2.6 GHz Quad Core
  • 12 x CPUs
  • 12 GB RAM / each
  • 2x1500 GB SATA II WD in RAID 1
  • Gigabit network card
  • Debian / Ubuntu / Cent OS Linux Operating System

BlueSquare

Data Center

A 10Gig Extreme Networks ring connecs BlueSquare House with 2 London docklands datacentres - Telehouse East and Telecity HEX89.

  • Intel i7 2.6 GHz Quad Core
  • 8 x CPUs
  • 12 GB RAM / each
  • 2x1500 GB SATA II Seagate in RAID 1
  • Gigabit network card
  • Debian / Ubuntu / Cent OS Linux Operating System

New York

Data Center State of the art Data-Center offers complete redundancy in power, HVAC, fire suppression, network connectivity, and security. Over 6 Gbit of redundant capacity links this facility to the Internet and the rest of the Fitser Web Services Data-Centers. All equipment is provided Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) continuous power with on-site generator backup that can power the entire facility within 8 seconds. the on-site generator stores over 48 hours of fuel, and local company contracts provide refueling promptly during any extended power outage like the case of the North East power grid failure in the summer of 2002. Fire suppression and protection is provided by an FM200 based extinguishing system, tied into a state of the art VESDA (Very Early Smoke Detection Apparatus). Biometric scanning devices are at every access point, and 24x7 video surveillance monitors both he data-center floor and all access points.

New York Redundant Carrier Connections

The New York facility is directly connected at gigabit speeds to the primary network which consists of multiple OC192 (9.6 Gbit each) diverse path fiber optic SONET rings, and a direct backup OC48 (2.5 Gigabit) SONET ring which connects to a separate carrier. The Edge network is made up of Juniper M series routers, and the internal core network consists of redundant cisco switches and routers which are specifically designed to meet the demanding needs of today's high-traffic networks. In 2007 capacity upgrades were completed which enable Fitser Web Services to offer 1000 Mbit (GigE) network connections to server and colocation clients. Redundant in-building carrier connections are made to several carrier backbones providing fault tolerance and redundancy to:

  • 2 Gbps Direct Loop to OC192 Backbone - TimeWarner Telecom
  • OC48 Sonet Ring Fiber - Global Crossing
  • Direct Peering - AOL/RoadRunner Direct Peering

Texas Data Centre

Data Center The Dallas, Texas state of the art Data-Center offers complete redundancy in power, HVAC, fire suppression, network connectivity, and security. With over 35,000 sq ft of raised floor. The data-center facility sits atop multiple power grids driven by TXU electric, with PowerWare UPS battery backup power and dual diesel generators on-site. The HVAC systems are condenser units by Data Aire to provide redundancy in cooling coupled with 10 managed backbone providers. Twelve more third party backbone providers are available in the building via cross connect. Fire suppression includes a pre-action dry pipe system including VESDA (Very Early Smoke Detection Apparatus) with over 500 smoke detectors.

Texas Data-Center Details

  • 60,000 sq. ft. facility
  • 35,000 sq. ft. of raised floor
  • (21) 26-ton Data Air AC units
  • Very Early Smoke Detection Apparatus (VESDA)
  • Pre-action dry pipe sprinkler system
  • Over 500 smoke detectors in an integrated system
  • Simplex security badge entry/exit on all doors to facility
  • Multiple TXU electrical grids
  • 4800 volts of input power
  • 3 main transfer switches
  • (6) 500KVA Powerware UPS units with 90 batteries per unit
  • Standalone PDUs at each cabinet row
  • 1-megawatt generator (2000-gallon tank)
  • 1.5-megawatt generator (2200-gallon tank)
  • DataTrax monitoring software for all data center infrastructure

Texas Redundant Carrier Connections

The network architecture utilizes the Enterprise routing and switching engines from Juniper and Cisco. Juniper M20 routers are border routers, Cisco 6500 series switches provide the distribution layer and Cisco 6500 switches provide aggregation layers, and Cisco 3500 and 2900 series switches provide the final server connection layer. The network is fully meshed and redundant with 10 backbone providers. The network consists of:

  • 1 Gbps Direct Fiber - MCI/UUNET
  • 1 Gbps Direct Fiber - Time Warner
  • 1 Gbps Direct Fiber - Level 3
  • 1 Gbps Direct Fiber - Verio
  • 1 Gbps Direct Fiber - Global Crossing
  • 2 Gbps Direct Fiber - Allegiance Telecom
  • 2 Gbps Direct Fiber - AboveNet
  • 1 Gbps Direct Fiber - Sprint
  • 1 Gbps Direct Fiber - AT&T
  • 1 Gbps Direct Fiber - Broadwing
  • T3 and T1 Access - EPGN
  • T3 and T1 Access - SBC
  • T3 and T1 Access - Time Warner
  • T3 and T1 Access - XO Communications
  • T3 and T1 Access - MCI

California Data-Center

Data Center The San Francisco, California state of the art Data-Center offers complete redundancy in power, HVAC, fire suppression, network connectivity, and security. Built on a strategically located campus, near downtown San Francisco, it represents 15 acres of prime urban real estate. The facility has over 337,000 square feet of space in a seismically secure concrete structure. The factuality provides enterprise class security systems, redundant climate control systems, three levels of fire detection/protection, advanced seismic design, abundant backed-up AC & DC power systems with diesel generator backups and 24/7 monitoring of all critical infrastructure

California Redundant Carrier Connections

The California data-center network core is powered by a Cisco Systems 12000 series GSR (Gigabit Switch-Router), which is specifically designed to meet the demanding needs of today's high-traffic networks. The core network is connected via Gigabit Ethernet to the edge network, which is 100-percent switched by Cisco Catalyst 3500 and 6500 series equipment. Multiple Gigabit Ethernet fiber backbones provide fault tolerance and redundancy to:

  • 1 Gbps Direct Fiber - Verio
  • 1 Gbps Direct Fiber - Global Crossing
  • 1 Gbps Direct Fiber - MFN/Abovenet
  • 1 Gbps Direct Fiber - PAIX (Palo Alto Internet eXchange)
  • 1 Gbps Direct Fiber - He.net
  • 1 Gbps Direct Fiber - Level3

London, UK

Data Center London, UK state of the art Data-Center is located at the Redbus Meridian Gate carrier hotel in the Docklands area, to the east of Greater London. This facility offers complete redundancy in power, HVAC, fire suppression, network connectivity, and security. The carrier hotel building is owned and operated by Redbus Interhouse, London's leading carrier independent telecom hotel provider. Redbus provides facilities management, security, and dedicated floor space for network and data equipment to many of the leading carriers in London.

London, UK Redundant Carrier Connections

The London data-center network is powered by redundant cisco routers and switches which are specifically designed to meet the demanding needs of today's high-traffic networks. Redundant in-building carrier connections are made to several carrier backbones providing fault tolerance and redundancy to:

  • 4 Gbps Direct Fiber - Level3
  • 2 Gbps Direct Fiber - Deutsche Telekom
  • 2 Gbps Direct Fiber - LINX (Peering Point)
  • 4 Gbps Direct Fiber - Tiscaliâ„¢Communications
  • 2 Gbps Direct Fiber - XChangePoint (Peering Point)
  • 2 Gbps Direct Fiber - LoNAP (Peering Point)

We have other datacenters in Germany, Sweden and Australia

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