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 concurrently maintainable facility 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
Concurrently maintainable
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