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Data Centers

OneNeck Data Center in Bend

Why Bend?

  • Low Risk Location—Bend has one of the lowest risks of natural disasters in the country and enjoys moderate weather and temperatures, making it an ideal location for colocation or disaster recovery solutions.
  • Fast Access to Major Business Markets—Bend is connected to major markets, with direct flights from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Denver and Salt Lake City.
  • Diverse Energy Resources—Oregon is rich in renewable energy resources. Solar, wind, geothermal, small hydroelectricity projects, biomass (wood and organic solid waste) and wave energy, along with alternative fuels, can provide Oregon with energy independence, rural community development and cleaner air.

 

Reliable & Secure Data Storage Options

We’ll design, implement and manage the right IT solution based on our customers’ needs. From colocation to cloud storage solutions, trust your critical corporate assets to the experts at OneNeck.

Green Data Center

Our Bend facility is LEED Gold certified and one of only seven colocation facilities in the nation to have earned the EPA’s ENERGY STAR® certification for superior energy efficiency.

Certification & Compliance

OneNeck can help address your compliance needs and provide documentation for the following: HIPAA, Type 2 SSAE 16 (SOC I, SOC 2), PCI-DSS, ISO 27001, EU U.S. Privacy Shield, NIST 800-53.

Facility

Address

20845 Sockeye Pl, Bend, OR 97701

Data Center Standard

Tier III certified design & build

24/7 Customer Access

Yes

Size (in sq. ft.)

30,000

Electrical Design

N+1

HVAC

N+1

Individual Cabinets

Yes

Private Suite

Yes

Cage

Yes

Power

Utility Feeds

2500 kVA

Critical Load

750 kW

Generators

Two 1.2 MW (X2)

UPS

N+1

Fire Detection

Incipient VESDA (Very Early Smoke Detection) System

Yes

Fire Suppression – Gaseous

FE1230 (Carrier room & Electrical room)

Fire Suppression – Dry Pipe

Data hall

Connectivity

Type

Carrier neutral facility

Telecom Carriers

6

Telecom Entrances

2

Internet Bandwidth

Yes

Security

Multifactor Data Center Authentication

2

24/7 On-Site

Yes

24/7 Patrol Security

Yes

24/7 Digital Video Security Surveillance

Yes

Sustainability

Solar Power - This data center’s 624 solar cells are capable of generating 152kW of power. On a sunny day, they can account for more than 16% of total power usage.

Passive Cooling - At this facility, we’ve deployed passive cooling systems by KyotoCooling. The Kyoto wheel, or cooling wheel, transfers heat from the data center to the outside air without contaminating the air supply. The system provides free cooling 75% of the time, reducing cooling costs.

Flywheel UPS - Most data centers use a battery-based UPS. At this data center, we use a flywheel UPS system that stores energy kinetically. The flywheels spin at a constant 7,000 RPM. Flywheels don’t need to be replaced and are completely non-toxic.

Businesses rely on us for their websites, so security is key. The security system is phenomenal and gives us the peace of mind we need.

Mark Knowles

CEO / Smart Solutions

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