The SSAE 16 (formerly known as SAS 70 Type II) certified data center, located in Charlotte, North Carolina, has over 17,000 square feet of raised floor data center space.
Enterprise Hosting provides colocation and managed IT services from enterprise-class data centers built throughout the United States. Our data centers are staffed by skilled personnel 24x7x365. The Enterprise Hosting colocation data centers in Charlotte, North Carolina are implemented with multiple levels of infrastructure redundancy. They also utilize independent utility grids, HVAC and chiller systems, Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPSs) and fire suppression systems in order to provide the ultimate level of availability and reliability for your critical business applications.
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Charlotte Data Center Stats
12,000 square foot data center facility
Concrete brick structure with reinforced steel
Total Raised Floor
8,000 sq. ft. of secure colocation space
Level 3, Time Warner, Savvis, Verizon
Diverse routes – copper or fiber access. 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps or 1 Gbps Ethernet available.
Redundant self-healing SONET ring connections
Four (4) 500 kVA UPS systems
1500 kW diesel generator
All power cabling below data center floors is installed in either conduit or seal-tight flexible conduit with approved connectors to all equipment.
Supported by 24/7/365 staff, computer monitoring and expert data center engineers.
Eight (8) dual source PDUs
Supported by 24/7/365 computer monitoring and expert data center engineers.
Redundant EVAPCO Cooling towers
Ten 30- ton HVAC Units
Humidity and temperature Controlled – air temperature under floor delivered at 68° ± 5°, with humidity at 50% ± 5%.
Leak detection under all raised data center floors. Drains are utilized to remove any water from under the data center floor.
Smoke & Heat Detection
Smoke sensors above the raised data center floors.
Very Early Smoke Detection Apparatus (VESDA), the world’s leading air sampling smoke detection system, provides the earliest possible warning of a potential fire event by detecting smoke particles at the incipient (first) stage of fire.
Pre-action dry pipe system requires alerts from two sensors, which activates pipe fill and a releases water at a final stage when the temperature exceeds thresholds.
All data center entrances (perimeter) require card key access or biometric authentication, along with security sign-in. The Charlotte data center floor and secured areas require card key and biometric authentication (finger print or iris scan)
Guards are on site 24x7x365. They conduct active patrols both inside and outside of the facility.
Closed Circuit Video
CCTV cameras cover the inside and the exterior of the building, the property perimeter, all entrances, the alternate workspace, and the Charlotte data center floor. The roof of the building is monitored with CCTV and motion detectors.
Facility engineers are on site at the Charlotte colocation facility and are available by pager. The engineers are trained to control and maintain all critical facility components.
Critical power systems are controlled by an automated management system, which oversees all switching.
Air temperature, humidity, fire detection, and water pressure systems are all managed by automated control systems for the Charlotte colocation facility.
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