Arizona Colocation are facilities located in Arizona where a customer’s server equipment is hosted by a data center provider.
Arizona Colocation facilities are located in the southwest region of the United States. This area is ideal for data centers because it is in one of the most geographically stable regions in America. There is a limited risk from natural disasters, such as earthquakes, hurricanes, ice storms, and tornadoes. Many of the data centers in Arizona are located around the Phoenix area.
Arizona Colocation offers plentiful energy supplies and the state creates more power than they consume. The Palo Verde nuclear power plant and natural gas are the two energy sources which power Arizona.
Services provided at Arizona Colocation facilities can include:
- Security with biometrics and video surveillance
- Around-the-clock, fully redundant power
- Up to 2N uninterruptible power systems (UPS)
- On-site diesel-powered generators
- High density power handling
- N+1 cooling
- Computer Room Air Conditioners (CRAC) units
- Technology neutral network with access to more multiple carriers
- Multi-layer security and monitoring systems
24x7x365 staffing to assist with Remote and Smart Hands