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Atlantic.Net

20 Pullman Court

Scarborough, ON

COLOCATION

About Atlantic.Net Data Center

OVERVIEW


This data center serves the Toronto market and is operated by Atlantic.Net. The UPS systems are N+1 redundant and the generators are N+1 redundant.

3Q22 Toronto Data Center Market Report

POWER


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Commissioned Power

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Available Power

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Under Construction Power

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Planned Power

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  • Single or Dual Feed
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  • On-Site Substation
    No
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BUILDING


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Commissioned Space

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Planned Space

  • Status
    Operational
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  • On-Site Office Space
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  • On-Site Conf Room
    No
  • On-Site Break Room
    No

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Cabinet Requirements

Additional Options

Redundant power feed

Three-phase power


Committed Bandwidth*

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Burstable Bandwidth

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Contact Information

CONNECTIVITY


Provider (1) PoPs Services

INFRASTRUCTURE


  • UPS Redundancy
    N+1
  • UPS Description
    With A+B feeds available
  • Generator Redundancy
    N+1
  • Generator Description
    High Priority Diesel Refueling
  • Cooling Redundancy
    N+1
  • Cooling Description
    The primary source of water for the data center in Toronto is from an onsite well with a redundant connection to city water. This provides the best level of redundancy to the cooling system, coupled with a reduction of their carbon footprint. Natural air is utilized during the cooler months to cool water from the water well. This cool air helps provide cooling inside the data center and helps lower energy consumption. A chilled water cooling system utilizes the industry’s most efficient chillers along with heat exchangers, N+1 chillers, N+1 cooling towers, and N+1 CRAC units.

COMPLIANCE


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    SSAE-16
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    SSAE-18
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    HIPAA
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    PCI
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    DIACAP
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    Energy Star
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    ISO
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    FISMA
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    FEDRAMP
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    NIST
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    SOC 1
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    SOC 2
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    SOC 3
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    Uptime Institute MO Site Award
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    Uptime Institute Tier III Constructed
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    Uptime Institute Tier III Design

SERVICES


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    Private Suites
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    Dedicated Infrastructure
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    Cloud
  • SLA 99.9%

SECURITY


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    Perimeter Fencing
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    Card Key Access
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    CCTV
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    Man Trap
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