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Inside the Tampa data center, a hybrid suite of colocation-to-cloud services drives the technology of key regional industries including agribusiness, technology and aerospace.

The Tampa data center features 96,000 sq/ft of raised floor space, as well as dedicated office, staging, shipping, meeting and break room space. A Layer 2 switched infrastructure extends numerous services efficiently via a single cross connect for multiple networks, hosting and storage. The Tier III level data center is secured by stringent critical systems infrastructure supervision, as well as standard and incremental exterior, floor level and biometric measures.

 

 

 

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TP1: Tampa, FL

Space:96,000 sf   Power: 9.6 MW

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TP1: Tampa, FL   Space: 96,000 sf   Power: 9.6 MW

Real Estate Summary

  • Located near Tampa International Airport; 15 minutes from Tampa, FL
  • One story building
  • Total building interior (sf) = 96,000
  • Raised floor (inches) = 24

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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Active-active vs. Active-passive: Which Data Center Architecture has the Advantage for Disaster Recovery? – Part 2

Nader Hantour | February 23,2017

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.

Active-active vs. Active-passive: Which Data Center Architecture has the Advantage for Disaster Recovery? – Part 1

Nader Hantour | February 21,2017

Companies in multiple industries continue to utilize colocation for their mission-critical IT infrastructure and data due to the scalability, reliability, resiliency and security it provides. It enables them to enjoy increased bandwidth, higher network speed and connectivity, carrier diversity, remote … Read more…→ The post Active-active vs. Active-passive: Which Data Center Architecture has the Advantage for Disaster Recovery? – Part 1 appeared first on CenturyLink EpiCenter Blog.

Data Center Connectivity: Continual Improvement

Christian Pedersen | February 20,2017

Companies that utilize colocation need to have access to strong network connectivity, especially with the rapidly increasingly amounts of data prompted by “big data” and the Internet of Things (IoT). This enables them to keep connected with their customers through … Read more…→ The post Data Center Connectivity: Continual Improvement appeared first on CenturyLink EpiCenter Blog.

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