The Singapore data center sits on an area of about 720 square kilometers — approximately 178,000 acres will be a leader in energy efficiency, with an expected annual power usage effectiveness (PUE) of 1.19. This means that almost every watt that goes into the data center will be used to run the computing equipment. Less than 19 percent of the energy input will be used for non-computing tasks to support the facility infrastructure.
The New York’s data center provides more than 236,000 square feet of data center capacity and is connected via dark fiber to New York data center (NY1) in Manhattan. Built above the 500-year flood plain, and constructed this colocation facility from the ground up to ensure a secure, reliable and highly-scalable platform, capable of supporting a growing community of enterprises, domestic and international carriers, and leading cloud providers.
The data center was officially opened in 2013 with total area of 170,000 square feet. The Tier III + specification design of the data center, with fully redundant infrastructure, an ISO management and safety certification services to ensure high availability and chief business continuity goals, professional and reliable.
Since 2000, businesses in North Texas, across the U.S., and around the globe have relied on TierPoint Dallas to connect and protect their most critical IT assets. With 68,000 square feet of environmentally controlled, secure data center space, TierPoint’s Dallas facility offers true 2N power and multi-homed connectivity from leading Tier 1 carriers.
This network consists of a BGP mix including Level 3, Time Warner, Zayo, and Comcast. Supported by a state-of-the-art, 30,000 square foot facility, TierPoint Baltimore is dedicated to providing superior data center services through premier engineering design, in house technical expertise and a proven ability to deliver a safe and secure data environment for all IT needs.
The primary center for trade, distribution, financial and services markets in the Northwest, Seattle is also home to two Cyxtera data center campuses.
With a combined offering of over 341,000 square feet of total building space, the Seattle data centers facilitate enterprise growth with an enterprise grade colocation and access to leading network, cloud, and managed service providers. Both campuses are engineered to ensure that IT infrastructure resides in physically and logically secure spaces. Tightly controlled, all three data centers include fully redundant utility feeds and incremental multi-level security measures.
The Lansing first based facility has a total of 11,000 square feet. Multiple fiber providers including dark fiber and connectivity to 4 Tier1 providers. Fully redundant network as well as N+1 power generation facilities and multiple parallel redundant UPS systems. Staffed 24/7/365 by level 3 technicians which directly manage thousands of on site servers.