Colocation is a place where space, power, cooling, and connectivity are available for your primary, secondary disaster recovery, or cloud computing systems, applications and data storage. Place your servers in a rack, cage, or private suite with access to our many world-class, redundant network and bandwidth providers.
Our colocation center is fitted with ultra-reliable IT infrastructure, access to many different cloud operators, storage providers and redundant networks. Data Holdings Operates a Tier 3+ data center incorporating Tier IV electrical attributes with Tier 3 cooling. The data center provides 3 power paths with 2 active power sources to your equipment at all times, along with Tier 3 designed cooling systems. The data center is monitored 24x7x365 through our JCI-Metasys BAS (Building Automation Systems). The Data Center remains staffed 24x7x365 through our NOC (Network Operation Center) and SOC (Security Operations Center) at all times.
- Reduced expense compared to in-house data centers
- Reduced IT infrastructure and management costs
- Reduced facilities repair and maintenance budgets
- Increased space, power and cooling capacity on demand
- Lowest cost of power in the State of Wisconsin
- Greater reliability and uptime on power, cooling, and connectivity
- Multiple network carriers and bandwidth providers operating within the facility
- Fault-tolerant design around all electrical, mechanical, cooling, network systems.
- Data center security through CCTV, gated perimeter, guarded access, biometric access.
- Secure, 24/7 customer access to facility
- 24x7x365 video surveillance with 90-day retention
- SSAE SOC 2 Type 2, PCI DSS v3.2, and HIPAA compliant
- 100% availability of power and cooling backed by financial penalty based SLA’s
- 1/4 cabinet (10RU) and 1/2 cabinet (20RU)
- Full cabinets (42RU-45RU) with ability to provision power from 2kW – 30kW per position
- Custom cage space from 5-20 cabinet positions
- Private data center suites from 1,300 square feet to 25,000 square feet
- Business continuity and disaster recovery space