SunGard – Philadelphia Data Center (PHL-401)

SunGard Philadelphia data center (PHL-401) is located at 401 North Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19103. The data center has 1 x private conference room, 1 x Network Operation Center (NOC), 300 x furnished work stations, and 8 x 10,000 lbs. service elevators. All areas handicapped accessible by ramps for ease of movement of materials and equipment. The data center offers colocation and managed hosting, recovery and hotsite services, workforce continuity, messaging and collaboration, and network and managed security services.

SunGard colocation services includes tailored colocation data center space including cabinets with 42U capacity, or secure cages offering more space and added security for compliance. The 1,160,000 square feet facility provides 578,000 square feet of leased space and 230,000 square feet of raised floor. The floor is designed for the floor load of 200 lbs. per square feet. The data center has implemented ISO certified security procedures. The data center security features 24 x 7 security services, closed circuit TV throughout facility, exterior security cameras, integrated card reader security system, and biometric readers. The data center uses pre action dry pipe sprinkler fire suppression system with VESDA control for any fire spark. The data center uses gas extinguishing systems in sub floor.

Philadelphia data center provides a very reliable power infrastructure, and offers 100% SLA on power. The power to data center is served by 2 x redundant utility feeds. The immediate power failure is protected by UPS systems in N+1 configuration. The standby power is provided by 8 x 2,000 kW diesel generators and 1 x 1,750 kW diesel generator with 32,000 gallons of Belly fuel storage tanks. 4,100 tons of chilled water capacity with return plenum HVAC solution for more efficient heat removal is used in the data center. The facility provides free cooling for winter season using Evapco dry coolers.

The data center is a carrier neutral facility with connectivity to multiple Tier One backbones via carrier-diverse local loops. The data center provides meshed, multi-vendor Internet transit connectivity, diverse path long haul access (public or private), diverse fiber entry and intra-building fiber paths, redundant internal network distribution platforms, private production and recovery MPLS backbone access dedicated to SunGard subscriber traffic, and dual customer physical handoffs (Copper, single-mode and multi-mode fiber).

SunGard is one of the world’s leading software and technology services companies. SunGard is comprised of four businesses – Availability Services, Financial Systems, K-12 Education and Public Sector. The name of the company originally was an initialism which stood for Sun Guaranteed Access to Recovered Data, a reference to the disaster recovery business it helped pioneer. SunGard has more than 17,000 employees and serves approximately 25,000 customers in more than 70 countries. With annual revenue of about $4.0 billion, SunGard is the largest privately held software and services company and is ranked 480 on the Fortune 500. The company was founded in 1982, and is headquartered in Wayne, PA.

The company’s Availability Services segment portfolio includes business continuity planning, managed recovery, enterprise cloud computing services, colocation, online backup, continuity management software, and consulting. SunGard Availability Services has 5 million square feet of data center and operations space. SunGard Financial Systems segment provides mission critical software and IT services to institutions in virtually every segment of the financial services industry. The primary purpose of these systems is to automate the many detailed processes associated with trading, managing investment portfolios and accounting for investment assets. This segment primarily serves financial services institutions, corporate and government treasury departments, and energy. SunGard Financial Systems helps 15,000 customers in more than 70 countries. SunGard K-12 Education provides district wide software solutions designed to help teachers, administrators and parents support student achievement. SunGard K-12 Education delivers a single integrated suite of software products, and its K-12 Education software solutions currently support over 8 million K-12 students in the United States. SunGard Public Sector segment is a leading provider of software and services for local governments, public safety and justice agencies and nonprofits. SunGard Public Sector products impact more than 115 million citizens in North America.


SunGard – Philadelphia Data Center (PHL-401)

SunGard – Philadelphia Data Center (PHL-401)
401 North Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19130

SunGard – Philadelphia Data Center (PHL-401) Highlights

  • Features
    • 1 x Private Conference Room
    • 1 x Network Operation Center (NOC)
    • 300 x Furnished Work Stations
    • 8 x 10,000 lbs. Service Elevators
  • All Areas Handicapped Accessible by Ramps
  • Colocation
    • Full 42u Cabinets
    • Caged Space
  • 1,160,000 Square Feet Facility
  • 578,000 Square Feet of Leased Space
  • 230,000 Square Feet of Raised Floor Space
  • ISO Certified Security Procedures
  • Floor Load of 200 lbs. Per Square Feet
  • Security
    • 24 x 7 Security Services
    • Closed Circuit TV Throughout Facility
    • Exterior Security Cameras
    • Integrated Card Reader Security System
    • Biometric Readers
  • Fire Control System
    • Pre Action Dry Pipe Sprinkler
    • VESDA Control
    • Gas Extinguishing Systems in Sub Floor
  • 100% SLA On Power
  • 2 x Diverse Utility Feeds
  • UPS Systems in N+1 Configuration
  • Diesel Generator
    • 2,000 kW Diesel Generators
    • 1 x 1,750 kW Diesel Generator
    • 32,000 Gallons of Belly Fuel Storage Tanks
  • Cooling Systems
    • 4,100 Tons of Chilled Water Capacity
    • Return Plenum HVAC
    • Free Cooling for Winter Season using Evapco Dry Coolers
  • Carrier Neutral Facility
  • Meshed, Multi-Vendor Internet Transit Connectivity
  • Diverse Path Long Haul Access (Public and Private)
  • Diverse Fiber Entry and Intra-Building Fiber Paths
  • Redundant Internal Network Distribution Platforms
  • Dual Customer Physical Handoffs (Copper, Single-Mode and Multi-Mode Fiber)
  • Private Production and Recovery MPLS Backbone Access Dedicated to SunGard Subscriber Traffic