Atlanta Data Center 2

This Enterprise Hosting data center is SAS 70 Type II certified. SAS 70 (the statement on Auditing Standards No. 70) is an internationally recognized auditing standard developed by the American Insitute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) in 1992. It defines the standards an auditory must employ in order to assess the contracted internal controls of a service organization. Service organizations, such as hosted data centers, insurance claims processors and credit processing companies, provide outsourcing services that affect the operation of the contracting enterprise. A SAS 70 Type I is known as a “report on controls placed in operation,” and a SAS 70 Type II is known as a “report on controls placed in operation” as well as “tests of operating effectiveness.”

LocationAtlanta, GA 30310
Total Size
  • 20,000 sq. ft. data center footprint
  • 60,000 sq. ft. total enclosed space
ConstructionConcrete & brick structure with reinforced steel.
Shipping/ReceivingTruck docks and small truck docks are able to support all of your shipping requirements. Secured receiving area in the Atlanta data center is designated for customer-owned equipment.
Floor Space
Total Raised Floor
  • 20,000 sq. ft. of secure colocation space
  • 15,000 additional sq. ft. of secure colocation space available for future build-out
CarriersDirect fiber access to Sprint, Level 3, Time Warner Telecom, BTN, Savvis, Cogent and Telia. Conduit access to Bell South, Nuvox, AT&T and other telecom companies. Connections to Comcast, DirectTV and Dish Network also available.
Internal CablingCopper or fiber access to carrier bandwidth using cable management trays throughout the Atlanta data center.
External CablingMultiple secure entrances into secure colocation data center, including multiple CO redundancy and fiber access to primary carriers.
Power to Colo FacilityOn-site Georgia Power substation with 10MW of N+1 power fed by two diverse substations and one electrical grid.
Generated PowerEight (8) 500 kVA generators with redundant UPS systems to provide back-up power of over four (4) Megawatts of usable power.
Power CablingAll power cabling below data center floors is installed in conduit or flexible conduit with approved connectors to all equipment.
All SystemsSupported by 24/7/365 computer monitoring and expert data center engineers.
Air HandlingSupported by 24/7/365 computer monitoring and expert data center engineers.
Air QualityAir temperature under floor delivered at 70° ± 5°, with humidity at 50% ± 5%.
Fire Protection
Smoke & Heat DetectionSmoke sensors located above raised data center floors.
Multi-Stage ProtectionPre-action dry pipe system requires alert from two sensors, which activates pipe fill and releases water at a final stage when the temperature exceeds thresholds.
Physical Security
Data Center EntranceAll Atlanta data center entrances require card key access. The data center floor and secured areas require card key and two-factor biometric authentication (finger print and iris scan).
Colocation Center PerimeterA security fence surrounds the perimeter of property. There is a single site entrance with a security gate.
Security GuardsGuards are on site during non-business hours. The guards conduct active patrols both inside and outside of the facility.
Closed Circuit VideoCCTV cameras cover the inside and exterior of the building, the property perimeter, entrances, and the Atlanta data center floor.
Facility Monitoring
Facility EngineersData center engineers are on site at the data center and are available by pager. The engineers are trained to control and maintain all critical facility components.
Power ManagementCritical power systems are controlled by an automated management system, which oversees all switching.
Environmental ManagementAir temperature, humidity, fire detection, and water pressure systems are all managed by automated control systems for the Atlanta colocation center.