US-Central Region

Our Homebase & Michigan Data Centers

Overview

Our US-Central region is home to our original data centers and the founding location of our company. In this region we currently operate two fully-owned data centers located in Lansing, Michigan. In addition to these data centers we also operate a location in Ann Arbor. Our highly-trained staff can be found available 24/7/365 on-site in our Michigan data centers. Our most savvy customers can take advantage of our two US regions to provide geographic redundancy.

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US-Central Region

Location: Lansing, Michigan
Data Centers: 2
Providers: Level 3, Verizon, Cogent, Comcast

Established: 1997
Zones: 2
Offices: 3

Data Centers in This Region
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Lansing Data Center – A
Size: 32,000 sq ft
Capacity: 8,000 Servers
SSAE-16 Compliant

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Lansing Data Center – B
Size: 90,000 sq ft
Capacity: 25,000 Servers
SSAE-16 Compliant

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Power System
  • Expandable 13,500 kVA Utility Power Feeds
  • Multiple ASCO Closed Transition Bypass Isolation Transfer Switches
  • Multiple N+1 Generac Diesel Generators
  • Multiple N+1 Powerware 9395 550 kVA UPS systems
  • Liebert & Eaton Power Distribution Units
  • Multiple Service Entrance Feeds
Security
  • 24/7/365 Manned Facilities
  • CCTV Security Cameras Covering Inside, Outside and All Entrances of Data Centers
  • Site Entrances Controlled By Electronic Perimeter Access Card System
  • Sites Remotely Monitored By 3rd Party Security Company
  • Entrances Secured by Mantraps with Interlocking Doors
  • SSAE-16 & HIPAA Compliant, Safe Harbor Certified
Network Gear
  • Redundant Fiber Entrance Expandable to 1,840 Gigabits Per Second
  • Multiple Redundant Gigabit Ethernet Links to Data Center 1 and Data Center 2
  • Fully Redundant Cisco 6509 Sup720 and Nexus 7000 Distribution Switches
  • Redundant Gigabit Ethernet Links to Each Rack Switch
  • Cisco 4948 48-Port 10/100/1000 Rack Switches
Cooling
  • Multiple Liebert 20, 22, 30 and 45 Ton upflow and downflow AC Units
  • Stand alone HVAC systems that don't allow for large scale failure
  • Designed For Addition of Air-Side Economization