Maintec opens new mainframe colocation data center

 
Dec. 4, 2012

Maintec Technologies, a provider of mainframe colocation and managed services to companies that rely on IBM mainframes and power systems for business-critical computing, has announced the opening of a new 8,000 square-foot data center in the Raleigh, N.C., area.

In an announcement, Maintec CEO Sonny Gupta, said the new facility provides infrastructure and staff for 24/7/365 mainframe support. "Whether for safety from hurricanes and floods, to free up office space, or to access hard-to-find mainframe staff, mainframe colocation is catching on today," he said.

According to Maintec, the new mainframe colocation data center is ideal for companies in the Raleigh-Durham and Chapel Hill region, and for New York and Washington, D.C. companies seeking an inland data center with nearby airport access.

The center provides a number of data protection features:

  • Two 1,200 and two 2,800 square-foot secured private spaces
  • Raised-floor data center with command center
  • Fiber connectivity via several providers
  • Fire protection system
  • Liebert CRAC air conditioning units
  • Backup 150 kW natural gas generator
  • Aqua Alert water detection system
  • UPS With battery backup
  • CCTV building monitoring

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Topics: Outsourcing , Security


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