Atomic Data, ranked as one of Minnesota’s fastest growing private companies, has announced the expansion of its private cloud and colocation offerings into Dallas, Texas. Housed in the former Dallas Federal Reserve building, the Dallas location is Atomic Data’s fifth data center facility in the U.S.
Housed in the former Dallas Federal Reserve building, the new Dallas, Texas colocation and cloud facility would be well-suited for those Midwest businesses in need of an off-premise disaster recovery site to complement their existing colocated or on-premise production site.
Designed as a carrier hotel, the data center’s “highly available” network with more than 30 “top-tier” carriers would provide the connectivity required to reliably replicate massive amounts of data from production sites.
Atomic Data’s new Dallas Facility Highlights:
- Secured and audited cages and racks with 24×7 remote and on-site security and monitoring
- Meet-Me-Room and DWDM ring provides access to 90+ top-tier carriers and network providers
- 8 MW of redundant power, fed by diverse, high-priority substations on the same grid as Dallas City Operations and Dallas 911
- Fully redundant UPS and on-site power generation with reserve fuel for 24 hours of operation
- Dual-loop cooling system, backed by on-site water storage to safeguard against utility interruptions
- “Business-friendly” location in vibrant downtown Dallas
- Double-interlock, pre-action, dry-pipe fire suppression delivery system for zoned dispersal
Atomic Data‘s areas of expertise include: IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. The company delivers custom tailored IT solutions to companies large and small, single site or multinational, in-house or in the cloud.