Many of our customers, and
potential customers, have inquired about
the facility in which we locate our equipment.
While the facility has always been open to
visitors in our area by appointment only, we have
never before provided photographs of the facility on our
We have decided to provide you a short tour of the
facility on this page.
There is nothing fancy, no touched
up photographs or special photography...just the real thing taken
with a digital camera by one of our systems engineers.
Our equipment is protected by 4
layers of physical security starting right at the front door. Card
key access is required to enter the building.
The second layer of security is
inside the building. This is the first door of the man trap
leading to the data center floor. This door requires card key
access and must be closed before the next door can be opened.
There is a second door leading to
the data center floor. This door is equipped with a hand scanner
and cannot be opened until the first door is securely closed. This
door is being upgraded to fingerprint scanning and card key
access, again to meet the SAS 70 requirements.
Our fourth layer of physical
security is the locked cage surrounding all of our equipment. This
cage requires card key access.
We continue our security procedures
inside the cage with security cameras recording all activity in
and around our cage.
Our caged space is fed by dedicated
power and air conditioning.
We utilize only Dell servers,
providing you reliability and performance.
Our clustered virtualized servers
comprized of Dell PowerEdge R610 (control) and 40 core 256GB
R810 (host) servers paired with Dell Equallogic PS6500E RAID 50 (96.6TB) and
RAID 10 (28.8TB) SAN's. The entire cluster is fault tolerant and
backed by Dell's 4 hour onsite Platinum service guarantee.
We know you want to see these...OFFSITE BACKUP UNITS! Dell PowerVault 220s
Terabyte Hot Spare SCSI Systems
This ends our short tour. If you would like to see
the faciltiy in person,
please call for an appointment.
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