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As part of our global network of over 60 CenturyLink facilities, the Los Angeles data center is located at the center of a strategic communications crossroads

The facility offers a colocation-to-cloud suite of services that meets the rising demands for interconnectivity and infrastructure throughout key markets across the globe.

The two-story Los Angeles data center provides network diverse connectivity, rigorous critical systems infrastructure and multi-tier security. With a full complement of colocation, public cloud, private cloud and managed services as well as 113,000 sq/ft of raised floor space, the adaptable Los Angeles data center supports the network and storage requirements of a burgeoning media, technology manufacturing, and aerospace market.

 

 

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Location

LA1: El Segundo, CA

Space: 113,606 sf   Power: 6 MW

Tech Specs

LA1: El Segundo   Space: 113,606 sf   Power: 6 MW

Real Estate Summary

  • Located near Los Angeles International Airport
  • Two story building
  • Raised floor (inches) = 12

Electrical Summary

  • Southern California Edison provides power feeds
  • Power density minimum (W/sf) = 150
  • Generator configuration = N + 1
  • Total Power Capacity = 6 MW
  • Minimum two fuel replenishing companies

Fire Detection and Suppression Summary

  • VESDA provides early warning detection
  • Pre-Action system utilizes two detection methods; one ionized and one photo electric detector interlocked with the dry pipe sprinkler system

Mechanical Summary

  • Cooling system configuration = N +1
  • CenturyLink manages temperature and humidity to strict ASHRAE standard

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As I noted in part one of this blog, active-active and active-passive data center architectures are often used in businesses’ disaster recovery and business continuity plans. Without such plans in place, companies may face outages which hurt them financially while … Read more…→ The post Active-active vs. Active-passive: Which Data Center Architecture has the Advantage for Disaster Recovery? – Part 2 appeared first on CenturyLink EpiCenter Blog.

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