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Run your server network from a high-performance facility. All of our datacenters are designed to provide the necessary environmental, security and services needed for today's information technology. We make it easy for your technicians by providing a quiet place to work, well-stocked tools and an extra pair of hands if you need it.

We have data center in Middle East and our facility offers state-of-the-art redundant systems, power, temperature/humidity control, and security. We offer a secure and robust platform for carriers, competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs), Internet service providers (ISPs) and other bandwidth-intensive businesses to gain rapid access to superior network and facility resources.

Middle East

Location
Middle East

Capacity
2500 Servers

Size
14,000 Sq Ft

Staff
300+ Experts

  1. 24x7 on-site security and NOC staff
  2. Regulated Climate Control
  3. Redundant Power
  4. Fire Detection and Suppression

Data Center Facility Features

  • Redundant UPS
  • Redundant AC/DC Power
  • Data-Grade HVAC
  • 24×7 Secure Entry
  • Offices and Conference Facilities
  • Advanced Fire Suppression System
  • Flexible Space Configuration

Data Center Power

  • Generator backup for 100% of customer peak load
  • 120/208v AC and — 48v DC power circuits
  • Parallel redundant UPS with N+1 modules
  • Dual ports to Internet extending diversity
  • Supports HIPAA, SOX and PCI compliance

Data Center Environmental Controls

  • High Volume Air Conditioning systems
  • Temperature: 73 Degrees +/- 6 throughout the facility
  • Environmentally friendly construction

Data Center Security

  • Biometric palm scanners and proximity card readers
  • Closed-circuit digital camera monitoring
  • Centralized security stations – Secured 24/7/365
  • Locking cabinets & cages with scalable security

24-Hour Critical Systems Monitoring

  • All systems constantly checked by an advanced monitoring system
  • Zoned fire detection is managed with air sampling system
  • Zoned dry-pipe pre-action systems complement

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