Cervalis, a provider of IT infrastructure solutions including enterprise-grade managed hosting, colocation and cloud hosting services, has opened a 168,000 Square Foot Data Center in Norwalk, Connecticut. The secured data center facility offers colocation, managed hosting, business continuity and disaster recovery, and cloud computing services.
Cervalis’ newest colocation facility features 75,000-square-feet of raised-floor data center space (above the 500 year flood zone) and 30,000-square-feet of dedicated disaster recovery seating with 16 MW of redundant power, uniquely powered by two separate utility companies and 3,500 tons of cooling capacity – all just 40 miles from New York City.
SSAE 16 Type 2 and PCI
“In recent years, many Connecticut businesses have battled not only natural disasters – Snowtober, Hurricane Sandy – but also the significant business interruptions that followed,” said Michael Boccardi, President and CEO of Cervalis. “Cervalis is committed to protecting businesses against these costly interruptions, and we designed our Norwalk facility to allow businesses continuity through access to dedicated work area recovery. During these challenging events, Cervalis maintained 100% uptime and supported thousands of clients in its work area recovery seats and data centers.”
Cervalis‘ colocation facilities are compliant with SSAE 16 Type 2 and PCI, as well as U.S.-EU Safe Harbor certified. The company’s data center operations and recovery centers total more than 500,000-square-feet of space.