OneNeck Data Center in Fitchburg, Wisconsin
5515 Nobel Drive
Fitchburg, WI
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The OneNeck data center in Madison was commissioned into production in July 2008. It is based on a phased build architecture allowing for rapid expansion of the existing facility.

The building, which is 60,000 square feet, was constructed based on a phased-build architecture allowing for rapid expansion of the facility. Phases I and II are complete while a portion of the shell in phase III is now under construction.

This data center offers customizable colocation and cloud offerings to best fit your unique data storage needs. The Tier 3 facility (Tier 4 electrically) offers around the clock security and customer access so your equipment is available to you when you need it.

Available in this data center is ReliaCloud®, an accessible and secure cloud management solution. ReliaCloud is OneNeck's enterprise class IT infrastructure and it's designed so you can locally leverage best-of-breed technologies while meeting the security, compliance and availability needs for your IT environment.




Interested in learning more about the OneNeck IT Solutions data center in Madison? Request a tour today or contact us for more information!

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5515 Nobel Drive, Fitchburg, WI
Year Built
2008; expanded in 2011, 2015
60,000 square feet
Tier 3+; Tier 4 electrical components
Building Access
Customer access 24/7
Loading Area
Customer access 24/7
Data Center
Service Types
Private suite, cage or cabinet
Fire Detection
VESDA (Very Early Smoke Detection Apparatus)
Fire Suppression
FM200 and FE25 Clean Agent
Access Control
Two-factor authentication: Biometric and proximity card
Surveillance System
Recorded and monitored digital video at 50+ points
Security Officers
Patrol facility 24/7
Madison Gas & Electric
Utility Feeds
10 2500 kVA utility transformers with diverse substation access
Critical Load
4000 kW
Three 1.5 mW
Carrier neutral facility
AT&T, Charter, CenturyLink, TDS Telecom, WIN, Windstream
Entrance Facilities
Quadruple entrances to two telecommunications rooms
Internet Bandwidth
Managed bandwidth with BGP routing across redundant backbone connections with multiple Tier 1 carriers