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OneNeck Data Center in Denver

Top-tier colocation facility in the Mile High City.

Why Denver?

  • Low Disaster Risk—The area has a low propensity for natural disasters such as earthquakes, tornadoes and floods. It also has a highly educated labor force that allows companies to hire skilled technical workers.
  • Ideal Climate—Denver’s mountain climate provides up to 8,000 hours of free, environmental cooling per year. Data centers can easily cool their facilities by pumping outside air into the building, which greatly offsets the need for massive amounts of power to cool the facilities, providing a lower TCO for tenants.
  • Quality Connectivity Options—Denver is home to a number of prominent carriers with quality fiber and Internet, increasing connectivity options and reducing latency.

 

Facility

Address

8675 Concord Center Dr, Englewood, CO 80112

Data Center Standard

Concurrently maintainable and electrically fault tolerant and electrically compartmentalized

24/7 Customer Access

Yes

Size (in sq. ft.)

35,000

Anticipated Size After Full Build Out

110,000

Electrical Design

2N

HVAC

N+1

Individual Cabinets

Yes

Private Suite

Yes

Cage

Yes

Power

Utility Feeds

2500 kVA (X2)

Critical Load

1600 kW (X2)

Generators

1.5 MW (X4)

UPS

2N

Fire Detection

Incipient VESDA (Very Early Smoke Detection) System

Yes

Fire Suppression – Gaseous

FE25 (Data rooms, UPS rooms, Telco rooms)

Fire Suppression – Dry Pipe

Yes, in all other areas

Connectivity

Type

Carrier neutral facility

Telecom Carriers

5

Telecom Entrances

4

Internet Bandwidth

Yes

Security

Multifactor Data Center Authentication

3

24/7 On-Site

Yes

24/7 Patrol Security

Yes

24/7 Digital Video Security Surveillance

Yes

I tell everyone that I talk to how much I love the OneNeck data center. It was really well engineered. The facility is great – it’s the engineer’s paradise – from no water in the data rooms, cooling, acceptable noise level, and no outages to speak of.

Alex Bokody

National Director of IT / UniPath

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