World Class Data Center

 

Connectivity
Servers are connected to the Internet through multiple redundant connections provided by some of the largest backbone providers in the world ensuring data delivery to the end user in the fastest, most efficient manner possible. Guarantees a 99.9% uptime by utilizing redundant connections and data centers. Our network is fully switched with top quality components from Cisco Systems.

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Monitoring
In addition to our multi-homed connections, our company performs 24/7 network monitoring through both of our Network Operations Centers (NOCs) located in the US. Our NOCs monitor the HTTP port, and conduct Ping tests every 5 minutes to determine if the servers are active. In the event that a port is unreachable, an email is sent to every member of our technical staff. Additionally, the NOCs provide our engineers with real-time status, notification and forecasting of network events.Both of our data centers are monitored 24/7 by highly qualified network engineers and administrators.

Fire Protection

Smoke detection, fire alarm with fire extinguishers using non-destructive, non-toxic technology that does not damage the  equipment or human health.

Environment Environmental control including powerful air-cooling, humidity control, temperature and humidity monitoring at multiple points and condensation detection.

Security Smart card logged access plus burglar alarms on all surrounding walls and windows.

Raised Floor Raised floor and cable guides for easy access to power and communication cabling.

Cabling Gigabit-per-second Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cabling.

WAN Connectivity

Optical fiber connection to WAN services for high reliability, independent of weather.

Administration

Keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) switching facility for convenient access to equipment.

Remote Emergency Access

Remote console access facility for hosted equipment, independent of operational status, enabling access even in the face of operating system crash or component failure.