CyrusOne’s San Antonio data center is located at 9999 Westover Hills Blvd. San Antonio, TX 78251. The data center building is owned by CyrusOne, and is situated on over 10 acres of land and conveniently located in the Westover Hills area with easy access to major highways, airport, hotels, and restaurants. San Antonio is positioned centrally in Texas, away from natural disaster zones, and resides in some of the most seismically stable soil in the United States.
The San Antonio data center provides wholesale and retail colocation options, and these services are provided through cabinets, caged space, and private suites. The CyrusOne data center provides 107,000 square feet of space including 36,000 square feet of raised floor. The San Antonio data center is a SSAE 16 SOC I Type certified, HIPPA and PCI compliant, TIA 942 Class 4 enabled, and USGBC LEED silver design. The data center provides excellent security features such as on site security guards, and video surveillance with recording of the interior and exterior of the facility. The access to data center is restricted through a series of biometric and key card authentications and mantrap.
The CyrusOne data center is built to top-tier standards offering 100% SLA on power, designed to deliver 20 megawatts of power capacity, and has excellent power usage effectiveness (PUE). Multiple levels of power redundancy are available in N, 2N, and N+1 configuration. The data center has 2 x 200 MW of power substation providing power to the facility. The data center has power density from 150-200+ watts per square feet. Power outages are protected by 2.25 MW dedicated diesel generators with a 5,000 gallon belly tank. The data centers power cables are High Performance Computing (HPC) capable, supporting 250 Watts per square feet, and capable of supporting even 1000 Watts per square feet.
The 36 inches of raised floor design provides the cooling and temperature control in the data center through closed loop chilled water cooling design including Stultz 100-ton CRAH units, and highly efficient multiple 500 ton Trane chillers. The dual action interlocking dry pipe fire suppression with VESDA control is installed in the data center for safety. The data center is a carrier neutral facility, and part of CyrusOne Texas IX (Internet Exchange). The data center has 24×7 support staff available in Network Operation Centers with a remote hands facility available.
CyrusOne Inc. specializes in highly reliable enterprise class and carrier-neutral data center facilities. The company provides mission-critical data center facilities that protect and ensure the continued operation of IT infrastructure for more than 550 customers, including nine of the Fortune 20 and more than 100 of the Fortune 1000 companies. CyrusOne serves clients in financial services, investment banking, healthcare, energy, oil and gas, and technology industries through its eighteen data centers in US, one in Singapore, and one in the UK. CyrusOne has been acquired by Cincinnati Bell (CBB) in June 2010, and now operating as a wholly-owned subsidiary of CBB. CyrusOne is public trading company on the NASDAQ under the symbol CONE, founded in 2000, and is headquartered in Houston, Texas.
San Antonio, TX 78251
CyrusOne – San Antonio Data Center Highlights
- Located in 10 Acres of Land
- Low Risk from Disasters including Hurricanes, Tornados and Earthquakes
- 107,000 Square Feet of Data Center
- 36,000 Square Feet of Raised Floor
- 36 Inches Raised Floor Design
- SSAE 16 SOC I Type II Certified, HIPPA and PCI Compliant
- USGBC LEED Certified
- On Site Security Guards and Digital Monitoring
- Biometric and Key Card Authentication
- Dry Pipe Fire Suppression with VESDA
- Wholesale and Retail Colocation Services
- Cabinets, Caged Space and Private Suits
- 100% SLA on Power
- HPC Capable Power Infrastructure Supporting upto 1000 Watts per Square Feet
- N, 2N and N+1 Power
- 20 MW of Power
- 150-200+ Watts Per Square Feet of Power Densit
- Generator Backup
- Industrial Leading PUE
- Dual Cooling System
- Carrier Neutral
- Part of CyrusOne Texas IX
- Remote Hands