Data Center Solution

June 29, 2011

Data Center Building Design

Most colocation facilities are packed with environmental systems to keep your equipment and data safe and secure at all times. Fire protection systems, including passive and active design elements, as well as implementation of fire prevention programmes in operations. Smoke detectors are usually installed to provide early warning of a developing fire by detecting particles generated by smoldering components prior to the development of flame.
June 25, 2011

Data Center Design Considerations

A data center— also known as a carrier hotel, collocation, or (affectionately) colo— is a place where computers and their accessories are stored. It can occupy almost any portion of a building, from the entire edifice to a single room or floor within it. And since almost every company, large or small, uses computers in its operations, data center design is one of the most rapidly expanding careers in today’s world; and it is a true science. There are many different data center design considerations that a designer must have including an extensive knowledge of electronics, heat reactions, and chemistry. Here are some of its main components.
February 10, 2011

Why Co-locate your Data Center?

More and more companies are no longer building their own data centers, but are leasing data center space from professional providers. As a result, Co-location Providers are expanding their capacity to meet the increasing demand for half and full cabinets as well as cages with free standing racks in state of the art environments.
February 10, 2011

NetAccess Corp – Parsippany II

NetAccess corp is nearing completion on their new 50,000 square foot Tier IV data center located in Parsippany, New Jersey. Parsippany II is the most capable and most efficient data center in the Northeast with power densities of 20kW per cabinet and a PUE of sub 1.2. This new state-of-the-art data center allows Net Access to offer flexible solutions to meet the ever-expanding IT infrastructure requirements.
October 23, 2010

Data Center Asset Management

OSS Telco is served by data centers throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico, which companies use for a fee when they need some place to store their computers temporarily; and they are professionally managed. Which is a great thing: for, though many companies have their own colocation centers, more and more are turning to third parties for temporary storage, either as a supplement to those they already have, or as a substitute for having them.