Connecticut Data Center Delivers World-Class Performance in Secure Environment
CyrusOne has several strategic, mission-critical data centers in the Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey area.
The Norwalk, Connecticut data center is a 150,000 square-foot facility and offers up to 16 MW of power and 30,000 square feet of work area recovery space to deliver world-class performance and amenities in a secure, redundant environment.
As Connecticut’s largest data center, the Norwalk facility is perfectly situated for companies along the east coast for production, disaster recovery, and business continuity purposes.
The Norwalk, Connecticut data center’s unique design enjoys power feeds from two utilities and provides infrastructure redundancy, carrier neutrality, and layered security, so there’s no single point of failure and virtually no risk of downtime.
The Norwalk facility is also conveniently located in close proximity to the New York City and Fairfield County financial hubs.
Norwalk – Highlights
- 150,000 square feet facility
- 75,000 square feet data center space with 36” raised flooring
- 30,000 square feet work area recovery space featuring dedicated office suites configured per customer requirements
- Carrier-neutral facility with two MDF rooms provides dual access to multiple providers for flexible connectivity
- 24/7 year-round Network operations center, technical support, remote hands, and environmental and enhanced services monitoring
- Building and all critical equipment are above 500-year flood zone
- SSAE 16 and PCI compliant
- Designed to deliver 99.999% availability
- Power to facility provided via three separate feeds from two separate utility companies. (Connecticut Light & Power and Third Taxing District)
- Up to 16MW of redundant power to back up the facility for continuous operations
- UPS systems configured in N+1 and 2N redundant configurations
- Supports high density configurations.
- Power and cooling are delivered under a 36” raised data center floor
- 3,000 tons of N+1 cooling capacity with roof mounted air cooled chillers.
- 24/7 year-round video surveillance to monitor and control access within the facility
- Biometric access readers
- Advanced proximity card readers
- Motion sensors
- Surrounding security corridor
- Central security office monitors all systems
- 24/7 year-round bonded security staff
- K4 rated property perimeter fence.
- Comprehensive fire protection system.
- Conveniently located near dozens of hotels, restaurants and other amenities
- Close to I-95, Merritt Parkway and Metro North RR Station.
Cutting-Edge Colocation Facility
Designed specifically to meet the increasing demand for business continuity solutions on a 24/7 year-round basis, the Norwalk, Connecticut data center offers:
- Colocation-Primary Production and Backup
- Disaster Recovery
- Business Continuity
Offload Specific IT Operations
Every IT organization has its own set of resource challenges. Professional service providers will assume ongoing responsibility for monitoring, managing and/or problem resolution for selected IT systems and functions on your behalf.
Experts in the Norwalk, Connecticut data center can assess your current environment and challenges and work closely with you to devise solutions that enable you to delegate specific IT activities. Whether you need help managing all or part of the physical or the virtual side of your IT stack, service providers can identify and resolve any issues that may arise. Services include:
- Monitoring (Network, Systems, Applications)
- Storage, Backup and Replication
- Security (Physical, Logical)
The Nation’s First National Internet Exchange
With CyrusOne’s National IX, customers can configure a virtual on-net platform from a multitude of carriers and providers, allowing optimal flexibility and interconnection with anyone at any connected facility and to the cloud.
As part of CyrusOne’s National IX platform, this Phoenix data center provides interconnection to other CyrusOne data centers.
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