Data Center Overview

All of our primary shared and dedicated services are supported by privately owned data centers in Orlando, Florida and the Phoenix, Arizona area. DimeNoc has the largest network capacity of any other data center in the state of Florida, with even more connectivity on the way. The network features automated BGP routing to provide you with the fastest possible route to the server based on both network hops and speed.

  • Data Center 1 (DC1)
  • Data Center 2 (DC2)
  • Data Center 3/4 (PHX) Not listed
  • CDN Locations Not listed
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Data Center 1 (DC1)
5,000 sq. feet
Launched January 2004
Approximately 6 miles from DC2

Data Center 2 (DC2)
DC2, located in north Orlando, began live operation in July of 2005. DC2 was designed and conditioned to the highest of standards.

DC2 has gone through over 150 hours of network testing, and stress testing, with disaster recovery planners, and proved it can stand up to any possible error.

The primary objective in designing this facility was to ensure the electrical and mechanical systems were mission critical and equally important, efficiently maintained to support scalability and sustain principal performance. Our data centers include complete redundancy in power, network connectivity, fire suppression, and unparalleled security & safety.

Building Description

  • 12,000 square feet (Expandable to 50,000 sq. feet in phases)
  • Single-story building with concrete masonry perimeter walls
  • Category 5 storm resistant
  • Once fully deployed, DC2 is easily able to facilitate over 30,000 servers

Facility Security

  • On-site personnel 24x7x365
  • Electronic and physical security
  • Man-trap entry & badge-only access provided by ADT Security
  • Video surveillance

Power Protection

  • 1MW Caterpillar diesel generator with Automatic Transfer Switch tied to a POWERWare 500Kva (Uninterruptible Power Supply)
  • 72+ hour fuel supply
  • Powerware UPS & battery backup
  • Routine systems testing

Connectivity and Bandwidth

  • Level3 Dual Gigabit Internet Backbone
  • Time Warner Telecom Gigabit Internet Backbone
  • Multiple Third-party Carriers (GlobalCrossing, MCI/UUNET(Verizon))
  • Cisco Gigabit Switch Routers
  • Private Network Availability
  • 32 Gigabit Bandwidth Network Capacity

Future Planned Backbones

  • Savvis

Air Conditioning

  • Constant 72F/45% humidity precision control
  • Separate cooling zones
  • 200 tons of total cooling capacity
  • Redundant Liebert CRAC units

Building Management and Monitoring System

  • Electrical monitoring and environmental controls
  • Under floor water detection system

Fire Suppression

  • VESDA smoke detection
  • Fire Suppression System
  • Dry pipe water sprinkler system
All of our services are delivered with guaranteed service levels and around-the-clock support. Our data centers are staffed with our on-site expert engineers and support technicians 24 hours a day, every day of the year. It is our own staff supporting our systems and services. Using the latest equipment and technology we proudly deliver exceptional service, support, and hosting solutions in our region and throughout the world.

About Our Hardware

100% Cisco powered even down to the access layer. Cisco certified network engineers are on-site 24/7 to handle any network issues that may arise (i.e. denial of service attacks, connectivity issues, etc.)

At the network's core, there are (2) Cisco 6506 routers, providing Layer 3 routing. The network it's self is fault tolerant. If one provider was to fail, BGP would notice the route going offline and would provide the next best route.

The same theory is applied to our routers. If one router was too fail (physically down) the other router knows to pick up the traffic and load till the failed router returns and is ready to pickup traffic. Traffic is split between the routers at all times due to diverse provider entry.

Beyond the network core we have a distribution level. This level is equally redundant as the core with every switch having a failover or alternative path. This setup means if one main core switch goes down, it will use the secondary switch, leaving traffic flowing, even in the event of equipment failure.

This setup allows us to be completely redundant to the core level, giving your server the best route and reliability available.

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