With access to hundreds of leading domestic and international carriers and direct connections to financial exchange networks including SFTI, BATS, and ARCA, DigitalRealty’s 183,000 square foot data center at 100 Delawanna Avenue is an ideal location for financial service firms lookingto run low-latency back office operations. It also serves well for enterprises seeking a lower cost NY metro location tohost business continuity, disaster recovery, storage back-upor other networking applications.
One of the most network rich and interconnected colocation centers in the New York metro area, 100 Delawanna Avenue is nearly 13-miles outside Manhattan. The facility complies or even exceeds International Telecommunication Union (ITU) industry standards.
As one of the safest-from-natural-disaster cities in the United States, the chance of environmental calamities in Clifton is minimal to non-existent. This makes our location ideal for primary and disaster recovery colocation services.
Seismic Rating: Zone 2A
ALLUS Online power distribution focuses on satisfaction needs and requests of our clients by supplying you with highly available N+1, 2N power. We're offering an average of 200 watts per square foot and more.
Utility Power Capacity - 11,000 (kW)
UPS Power Capacity - 5,000 (kW)
UPS Redundancy - N+1, 2N
Max Power Density - 175 (W/sq.ft.)
Generator Power Capacity - 9,000 (kW)
Datacenter provides comprehensive measures to meet security requirements, such as 24x7x365 in-house security officers, perimeter fencing, mantrap entries, IP-DVR cameras, biometrics, and keycard scanners.
24 x 7 Onsite Security Personnel
CCTV with 90 day backup
Biometric / Photo Badge Access
Night Vission Cameras
Crash-Rated / Anti-Climb Gates
Our facility is fitted with energy-efficient cooling in an N+1 configuration that makes sure that your equipment is always operating at optimum temperatures.
21 CRAC units
630 tons capacity
One of the most network rich and interconnected colocation centers in the New York metro area, 100 Delawanna Avenue is nearly 13-miles outside Manhattan. The facility complies or even exceeds International Telecommunication Union (ITU) industry standards