Supernet’s data centers offer state-of-the-art facilities for equipment housing.
Maintained round the clock by highly trained staff, Supernet’s data centers are designed and equipped to the highest industry standards – raised floors, automatic fire extinguishing equipment, AC and DC power distribution, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), backup generators and multiple redundant fiber connections to all major carriers. The Equipment Housing service is highly flexible and can be designed to meet your specific needs.
Availability of power is essential. Each data center has full power backup in case of an outage. Generators, in combination with UPS systems, guarantee maximum availability. Supernet’s industry-leading Service Level Agreements (SLA) define the level of guaranteed availability, ranging from 99.9% to 99.999%. The configuration of the electrical connection for your equipment depends on your specific requirements.
The following power options are available, although local regulations may dictate some variations.
- AC power voltage 230 Volt or 400 Volt (32 or 64 Amp).
- AC 230 Volt power breakers: 16 or 32 Amp.
- DC power voltage: 48 Volt, DC power breakers of various sizes.
All Supernet facilities are equipped with redundant cooling equipment. Down-flow cooling units guarantee maximum cooling for your equipment. Room temperature is maintained at 18 to 25 ºC with a humidity level of 40% – 60%.
Every Supernet Data Center is equipped with a state-of-the-art security system to prevent unauthorized access to your equipment. With proximity cards, typically combined with biometric readers and mantraps, access is limited to authorized personnel.
Building management systems
All Data Center related equipment, such as cooling equipment, electrical systems and fire control systems, is monitored around the clock. All events are controlled and procedures are in place to react to every possible incident 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, year round.
All of Supernet’s Data Centers are equipped with fire detection and gas-based fire suppression systems as a first line defense against fire. Argon, FM-200 or CEA is used across Supernet’s facilities. (The type of gas used depends on the local fire regulations.) These systems are automatic and monitored continuously (24 x 7). All buildings are equipped with hand-held CO2 fire extinguishing systems, as required by local fire regulations.
For additional protection from fire, Supernet is using a Very Early Smoke Detection Alarm (VESDA) system. In the unlikely event of a fire, this system immediately informs Supernet staff about the presence of smoke so they can take appropriate action.
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