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Alaska Communications Systems – Anchorage Data Center

Alaska Communication’s Anchorage data center is located at 600 East 36th Ave., Suite 100, Anchorage, AK 99503. The data center provides conference rooms, business center with Wi-Fi and video conferencing facility, and crash carts.

The Anchorage, Alaska data center offers colocation through 1/3 14U locking cabinets and full 42U locking cabinets. The data center provides raised floor space for subfloor cable management and efficient airflow. The data center is regularly audited and is certified SAS 70 type II facility and offers solutions meeting the HIPAA compliance requirements. The data center has multiple layers of physical security with 24x7x365 onsite staff, video surveillance with recording of interior and exterior of facility and archiving of footage for 30 days, physical sign in, and authorized badge access entry into the facility. The data center is protected by a Halon fire suppression system, non-water based system, for meeting any fire emergency.

The Anchorage data center provides a reliable and redundant power infrastructure. The utility power cut out is protected by multiple UPS systems that are able to provide the backup power for the critical infrastructure, and an automatic transfer of entire load to standby diesel generators with fuel storage tank on site. The dual PDUs deliver diverse power in A+B redundant configuration to each cabinet, and provided as 120V 20A AC or 208V 30A AC power circuit. The multiple Liebert HVAC units effectively automate cooling and humidity levels in the data center in the cold aisle/hot aisle cabinet layout design.

Alaska Communication’s 600 East 36th Ave. data center is a carrier neutral facility with connectivity to multiple carriers and service providers. Alaska data centers have 10GB connectivity between its two data centers and 10GB within the data center. 24x7x365 NOC staff provides monitoring and support services, and remote hands services.

Alaska Communication is a leading provider of broadband services and managed service solutions for businesses and consumers in Alaska. The company operates a highly reliable, advanced statewide data and voice network of Metro Ethernet and MPLS networks and two submarines fiber cables connecting Alaska to Lower 48. Alaska Communication was the first telecommunications provider in the state of Alaska to maintain a third generation wireless network and the only provider in Alaska that owns fully incorporated infrastructure for the major telecommunications platforms; wireless communications, Internet networking, and local and long distance phone service.

The company’s network coverage extends from the North Slope to the Southeast panhandle, complemented by data and voice roaming partnerships in the Lower 48 and Canada. The company also offers colocation, dedicated server hosting, virtual server hosting, data storage and backup services, and disaster recovery services. Alaska Communication is publicly trading on the NASDAQ under the symbol ALSK. Alaska Communication was founded in 1999 and is based in Anchorage, AL.

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Alaska Communications Systems – Anchorage Data Center

Alaska Communications Systems – Anchorage Data Center
600 East 36th Ave., Suite 100
Anchorage, AK 99503

Alaska Communications Systems – Anchorage Data Center Highlights

  • Conference Rooms
  • Business Center with Wi-Fi and Video Conferencing Facility
  • Crash Carts
  • Colocation
    • 1/3 14U Locking Cabinet
    • Full 42U Locking Cabinets
  • Raised Floor Space
  • Certification and Compliance
    • SAS 70 Type II
    • HIPAA
  • Security
    • 24x7x365 Onsite Staff
    • Video Surveillance
    • Physical Sign In
    • Authorized Badge Access Entry
  • Halon Fire Suppression System
  • Multiple UPS System
  • Diesel Generators
  • Dual PDUs
  • A+B Redundant Configuration to Each Cabinet
  • 120V 20A AC Or 208V 30A AC Power Circuit
  • Liebert HVAC Units
  • Cold Aisle/Hot Aisle Design
  • Carrier Neutral Facility
  • 24x7x365 NOC
  • Remote Hands Services