1905 Lunt Avenue, Elk Grove Village 60007, Illinois, United States
Colocation Space 114,457 ft2 (10,633 m2) Building Type 3-story, pre-cast, concrete building Parking Adjacent to building (no charge) - Floor - Floor Type Slab Floor Load Capacity 150 psf (7.18 kN/m2)
| Break Room | Loaner Tools | Showers | Crash Carts | Work Kiosks - | Wifi - | Conference Room
Power and Cooling Density - 3.0 - 5.0 kVA per cabinet - Utility Feeders 2 UPS Configuration Block redundant UPS Redundancy N+1 Standby Power - Configuration - 15 x 2,500 kW diesel generators - Standby Power Redundancy - N+2 - Cooling Configuration Water-cooled centrifugal chillers, water-side heat exchangers, and air handling units - Co
Physical Man trap entry Human 24x7 security officers - Electronic Biometric Readers, Fiber Vault, CCTV and Recorders, Motion Detection
Colocation - | Private Cage | Secure Cabinet | AC Power Circuits | DC Power Circuits | IBXflex„¢ Office and Storage - | Antenna - Interconnection - | Cloud Exchange„¢ | Internet Exchange | Metro Connect„¢ | Cross Connects | Extended Metro Connect
| SSAE 16/ISAE 3402 SOC 1 Type | SOC 2 Type | ISO 27001Green By Design - | Granular temperature controls and cold aisle containment | Reflective roof and optimized - lighting controls
Our IBX data centers boast an industry-leading, high average uptime track record of >99.9999% globally.
Equinix - Chicago - CHI3 Data Center is located at 1905 Lunt Avenue, Elk Grove Village Illinois 60007, United States}. Sales 877-406-2248.
Equinix Chicago data center at CH3, located in one of the world's top 10 global financial centers, supply interconnection services to enhance performance and control latency targets.
Chicago is home to three major financial and futures exchanges, including the Chicago Stock Exchange, the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (the "Merc"). Because of their close proximity and partnerships with Equinix, our Financial eXchange service specializes in serving the unique needs of the banking and trading communities within the financial services sector. This service allows large banks and trading exchanges to link directly to their "communities of interest"—key strategic partners and suppliers such as brokers, traders, clearinghouse merchants, data feed suppliers and proprietary software vendors.