servers are hosted in a multi-million
dollar Data Center located in Orlando, Florida
and is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Among
the equipment installed in the data center are 7500 series
Cisco routers, Sun, Cobalt, VALinux and Custom Server, a
200 KVA UPS emergency power system, and a 2,000 gallon diesel
We Provide Ultimate Data Security
Your server is the cornerstone of your company's data center.
Securing it properly is paramount. However, even the most
sophisticated office security systems have many loopholes
that make your company’s proprietary data vulnerable.
Our 100% automated security clearances provide the assurances
you demand without the inconveniences and potential risks.
Stopping Fires Before They Start.
Our fire suppression system mixes non-toxic FM200 gas with
oxygen to prevent oxygen in the facility from fueling the
flames before they grow out of control. Important, especially
considering that, in the face of a major blaze, the heat
from the flames and the water used to extinguish them pose
more immediate threats to a server than do the actual flames.
Now that’s the protection and assurance you need.
Raised flooring thoughout the customer and network areas
are used to ensue even airflow and temperature control.
All data and power cabling is also maintanined beneath the
Through combining bundles of fiber optics with the redundant
network engineering, we're able create alternate routes
through which data can travel. This effectively maximizes
the throughput speed and capacity of each strand of fiber-optic
cable. The result is an ultra-fast, ultra-reliable network
connection on which you and your customer can rely.
you prepared for a blackout?
Our reserve energy comes from a high-power battery backup
system and a diesel generator. The battery backup system
kicks in the moment that power is lost. Simultaneously,
the diesel generator is activated to take over. Capable
of powering the Data Center for an extended period, the
generator concurrently replenishes the batteries to take
over again if the generator expires.