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BendBroadband – Bend Data Center

BendBroadband’s Bend data center is located at 63090 Sherman Rd., Bend, OR 97701. The data center is located in one of the most geographically stable locations in the Central Oregon high desert. The facility is located in an area that has a low risk for natural disasters like earthquake, floods, hurricanes, tsunamis, and tornadoes. The data center also levies no sales tax as provided by Oregon state. The Bend data center is a Tier III design and is Tier III infrastructure certified by Uptime Institute.

The Bend data center offers flexible colocation through half lockable cabinet, full lockable cabinet, multiple cabinets, and also provides PODs that can house 16 standard cabinets located throughout the whitespace. Customers can license as little as one half of a POD, scaling up to multiple PODs. The data center provides 30,000 square feet of total enclosed space that include raised floor, staging area, and twin data halls. The data center is annually audited for SSAE 16 SOC I Type II requirements, and is a HIPAA compliant facility. The data center provides state of the art security measures, including onsite security personnel, monitoring through 54 integrated IP high-definition CCTV cameras, tracking of staff and visitors via RFID tags and biometric scanners at entrance, complete access logs, event detection and access control correlation, and mantrap entry. The data center is protected from fire through the use of pre action dry pipe fire suppression system, and is also equipped with highly sensitive very early smoke detection (VESDA) as well as two hour fire rating between data halls.

Bend data center is fully reliable and fault tolerant N+1 power infrastructure that is concurrently maintainable design. The facility has 1 MW capacity in phase I. The vault is designed as energy-efficient and environmentally friendly power design, and has been awarded with USGBC LEED Gold certification and EPA’s Energy Star certification. The data center uses Solar photovoltaic system that generates 152 kW of energy, providing over 16% of energy needed to power a fully functional data center. The smart lighting system in data center adjust automatically brightness levels to take advantage of daylight, while motion sensors automatically shut off the lights when not needed. The data center uses flywheel UPS system in N+1 redundancy for uninterrupted power supply on utility loss that is backed by diesel generators with fuel storage on site sufficient for 100 hours of continuous runtime. Each cabinet is supplied with two fully independent sources of power by parallel Starline buses in A+B design. The data enter operates with an overall power usage effectiveness as low as 1.1, and provides power density of 10 kW on standard racks, and can meet higher power density requirements up to 21.6 kW. The facility has deployed passive cooling system in N+1 redundant configuration from Kyoto Cooling that transfer heat from data center to outside air without containment the air supply resulting in 75% of free cooling. The facility deploys hot/cold aisle containment rack layout for efficient cooling.

BendBroadband’s 63090 Sherman Rd. data center is a carrier neutral facility with connectivity to multiple Tier I carriers and service providers. The data center has N+1 network infrastructure that is designed to support voice, video, and data backhaul capabilities. 24x7x365 NOC technical staff provides monitoring and support services.

BendBroadband – A Cloud and Colocation Provider

BendBroadband is a leading provider of communication solutions and technology infrastructure. The company offers an extensive range of broadband, fiber connectivity, cable television, and telephone services for commercial and residential customers in Central Oregon. BendBroadband operates a thousand miles of fiber and coax infrastructure along with metropolitan optical Ethernet, T-1/PRI, and hosted PBX services. The company operates a state of the art Tier III data center facility that offers cloud hosting, colocation services, backup services, disaster recovery, business continuity, and managed services. The company also provides professional services to clients needing network, server, and storage design. BendBroadband started as providing cable services to Central Oregon, and was first company to provide high-speed Internet services in 1997. The company changed its name from Bend Cable to BendBroadband in 2003 as its diversified its operations. BendBroadband is being acquired by Telephone and Data Systems (TDS) in May 2014. The company was founded in 1995 and is based in Bend, OR.

 

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BendBroadband – Bend Data Center

BendBroadband – Bend Data Center
63090 Sherman Rd.
Bend, OR 97701

BendBroadband – Bend Data Center Highlights

  • Tier III Design Certified by Uptime Institute
  • Tier III Infrastructure Certified by Uptime Institute
  • Located in One of the Most Geographically Stable Location
  • Located in Central Oregon High Desert
  • Low Risk Area To Natural Disasters
  • Levies No Sales Tax as Provided by Oregon State
  • Colocation
    • Half Lockable Cabinet
    • Full Lockable Cabinet
    • Multiple Cabinets
    • PODs for 16 Standard Cabinets
  • 30,000 Square Feet of Total Enclosed Space
  • Raised Floor
  • Staging Area
  • Twin Data Halls
  • Certification and Compliance
    • SSAE 16 SOC I Type II
    • HIPAA
  • Security
    • Onsite Security Personnel
    • 54 Integrated IP High Definition CCTV Cameras
    • RFID Tags and Biometric Scanners at Entrance
    • Complete Access Logs
    • Event Detection and Access Control Correlation
    • Mantrap Entry and Air Lock
  • Fire Detection and Suppression
    • Pre Action Dry Pipe Fire Suppression System
    • Highly Sensitive Very Early Smoke Detection (VESDA)
    • Two Hour Fire Rating Between Data Halls
  • N+1 Power Infrastructure
  • 1 MW Capacity In Phase I
  • Energy Efficient Certification
    • USGBC LEED Gold Certification
    • EPA’s Energy Star Certification
  • Solar Photovoltaic System Generating 152 Kw of Energy
  • Smart Lighting System
  • Flywheel UPS System in N+1 Redundancy
  • Standby Diesel Generators
  • Fuel Storage Onsite Sufficient for 100 Hours of Continuous Runtime
  • Two Fully Independent Sources Of Power in A+B Design
  • Power Usage Effectiveness as Low as 1.1
  • Power Density of 10 kW on Standard Racks
  • Support Higher Power Density Requirements Up To 21.6 kW
  • HAVC System
    • Passive Cooling System in N+1 Redundant Configuration
    • Transfer of Heat From Data Center to Outside Air Without Containment the Air Supply
    • 75% of Free Cooling
  • Carrier Neutral Facility
  • Multiple Tier I Carriers and Service Providers
  • N+1 Network Infrastructure
  • 24x7x365 NOC