PhoenixNAP: Phoenix Data Center
PhoenixNAP Phoenix Data Center is located at 3420 East University Drive, Phoenix, AZ, USA. The data center is sqft. There is a total of sqft in raised floor space for colocation. It has access to MW of power. We found 42 data center locations within 50 miles of this facility. Certifications for this location include HIPAA, PCI-DSS, SOC 2 Type 2.
Located in the fifth largest metropolitan area in the U.S., phoenixNAP’s flagship data center provides direct access to major domestic and international connectivity points. The purpose-built facility uses best-in-class power and cooling systems to create an optimum environment for your data. It includes a dedicated 3,000 sq. ft. Meet-Me-Room with over 30 carriers, including AWS Direct Connect and other major global cloud providers.
Making sure that your equipment is on and in a conditioned environment is our number one priority. Critical systems such as the power and cooling infrastructure are redundant to maintain optimal operational levels. In terms of connectivity, you have the benefit of carrier neutrality across our global footprint. You can leverage current relationships to connect them to your primary facility, corporate office or remote users around the globe. Our security systems feature multi-level access protocols with biometric verification systems to ensure access is provided only to authorized personnel.
Our facility sits at the intersection of the two largest fiber rings in Phoenix; connecting through two independent vaults, Carriers at phoenixNAP Arizona can deliver unmatched redundancy
Full-time, 24/7 NOC with onsite, trained technicians and solutions for racking hardware, changing hard drives, adding memory or daily tape swaps
Ability to configure compute and storage environments up to 500 watts per sq. ft. and leverage every U in the cabinet – flex pods, storage arrays and blades can be placed in a single cabinet
Utilizes a best in breed Daikin/McQuay® chiller solution, chilled water cooling and 100% environment stability, even with multiple failures of equipment