Cavern Technologies – Lenexa Data Center

Cavern’s Lenexa data center is located at 17501 W. 98th St., Lenexa, KS, 66219. The data center is located in the underground portion of Meritex Lenexa Executive Park. The facility is 125 feet below the Midwest prairie, limestone structure – 3 times stronger than concrete, physically protected from natural and deliberate disasters. The unique location in a subsurface space provides incredible security from natural disasters like hurricanes and tornados that can interrupt service in above ground data center facilities.

Lenexa data center is a Tier III infrastructure. The data center offers half cabinet colocation with 20A 120V Power, 10 Mbps burstable to 100 Mbps bandwidth; full cabinet colocation with 30A 120V Power, 15 Mbps burstable to 100 Mbps bandwidth. Cavern data suites range from 150 square feet to 5,000 square feet with high density power options, cooling, connectivity, and security. The data center is a SSAE 16 SOC I Type II , and SAS 70 Type II Certified facility. The data center provides 300,000 square feet of space in total, and also provides raised flooring. The data center is nondescript concealed location with minimal entry points, restricted entry, and private access. The data center has multiple levels of security including video surveillance, security guards, face recognition, biometric, card scanners, and mantrap entry. FM 200 fire suppression is installed in the data center for any fire spark.

Lenexa data center has very reliable and secured power infrastructure, and N+1 power design. 50 MW of power is fed to the data center by Kansas City Power & Light provider. The data center is served from two separate grids, and has two power substations. The data center is energy efficient and KCP&L charges 3.5 – 4.5 cents per kilowatt hour, about half of what utilities on the coast charges. The immediate power failure is protected by UPS system in N+1 configuration, and automatic transfer to redundant diesel generators. HVAC units in N+1 configuration effectively moderate the cooling and humidity in the data center.

The Cavern Lenexa data center is a carrier neutral facility and offers connectivity to multiple carriers and service providers. The data center has underground and redundant telecom infrastructure. The data center provides the connectivity to telecommunications and Internet service providers and gateway direct to local, national, international, Wireline, wireless, public, private, research and/or dark fiber networks and maximize your data center connectivity. The data center offer amenity solutions like conference and office space access, break rooms and rest rooms, food services, accommodation planning, administrative and document services, print and mass-mail services. The 24 x 7 x 365 NOC provides the support and helpdesk services, and remote hands services.

Cavern Technologies, Inc. is a leading provider in the development, leasing and operation of build-to-suit wholesale data centers. Cavern provides tenants with unique business solutions and a value proposition focused on minimizing the total cost of ownership of data center and colocation infrastructure. The company has attracted some of the nation’s leading health care, financial services, legal and technology companies. Cavern Technology offers colocation services, telecom solutions, disaster recovery, and business continuity solutions. Cavern was founded in 2007, and is based in Lenexa, KS.

Cavern Technologies – Lenexa Data Center

Cavern Technologies – Lenexa Data Center
17501 W. 98th St.
Lenexa, KS 66219

Cavern Technologies – Lenexa Data Center Highlights

  • Tier III Infrastructure
  • Limestone Structure – 3 Times Stronger than Concrete
  • Protection from Natural and Deliberate Disasters
  • Protection from Hurricanes and Tornados
  • Half Cabinet and Full Cabinet Colocation
  • Data Suites from 150 Square Feet to 5,000 Square Feet
  • 300,000 Square Feet of Space
  • Raised Floor
  • SSAE 16 SOC I Type II Certified
  • SAS 70 Type II Certified
  • Nondescript Concealed Location
  • Minimal Entry Points, Restricted Entry, and Private Access
  • Video Surveillance
  • Security Guards
  • Face Recognition
  • Biometric
  • Card Readers
  • Mantrap Entry
  • FM-200 Fire Suppression System
  • N+1 Power Infrastructure
  • 50 MW of Power
  • Dual Power Feeds
  • Two Power Substations
  • 3.5 – 4.5 Cents per Kilowatt hour
  • UPS in N+1 Configuration
  • Redundant Diesel Generators
  • HVAC in N+1 Redundancy
  • Carrier Neutral Facility
  • Underground and Redundant Telecom Infrastructure
  • Multiple Fiber Optic Carriers
  • 24 x 7 x 365 NOC
  • Remote Hands