Vault Network’s Miami data center is located at 36 NE 2nd St., Miami, FL 33132, and one of the two facilities in Miami. The data center is a category 5 hurricane rated facility and resides outside of FEMA’s 500-year flood zone. The data center is located in a former BellSouth central office and was completely renovated in 1999. The data center building was built in 1925, and was renovated in 2009 to telecom standards. The four ply built up roof is rated to 150 MPH. The data center also provides freight elevators and two bays with access to freight elevators.
The data center offers quarter, half, and full rack colocation space with choice of bandwidth and amperage. The colocation features disaster recovery, network redundancy, regulatory compliance, technical support, and a 99.999% guaranteed level of service. The data center is SSAE 16 SOC II certified facility, and provides 48,000 square feet of raised floor plates. The data center is manned 24 x 7 x 365 by security personnel who control access to building. The data center is monitored by CCTV cameras that are integrated into the alarm system, and all the footage is archived for future retrieval. Access to data center itself is controlled through a biometric hand scan and key card, and all cabinets are securely locked on both sides. The rack space is only accessible by key, and racks are built so that each unit is completely inaccessible by other clients that may share rack space in the nearby area. The dual alarmed, dual interlock, multi-zoned, pre-zoned, pre-action dry pipe fire suppression is installed in the data center for life safety.
Miami data center is an N+1 infrastructure. The facility has power risers from basement to rooftop with walk in catwalk on each floor. The data center provides 120V, 208V, and 480V AC power, and 48V DC power via an underground feed served by three substations. True A and B feeds are delivered to the equipment for redundancy. The 3 x 160 kVA Powerware UPS system in N+1 configuration provides the emergency power on the loss of utility power with automatic transfer of load to 1 MW Cummins diesel generator. The 8 x 20 tons air conditioners control the cooling and humidity in the data center. The 14′ high ceilings in a raised floor environment ensure that equipment is maintained with N+1 cooling. This provides optimum airflow, with a constant 72ºF temperature and 40-60% humidity.
The data center is a carrier neutral facility. The Vault Networks Internet backbone utilizes premium Tier-1 bandwidth providers, ensuring minimal latency and fast connections. Multiple global carriers service FiberLight, AT&T, TW Telecom, Verizon Business, Level 3, Global Crossing, Qwest, Florida Power & Light, FiberNet, Bellsouth, Savvis, and XO Communications. The data center has two manhole entries, two from east and two from west. The 24 x 7 x 365 NOC provides technical and support services. The data center also offers remote and smart hand services.
Vault Networks, Inc. provides the dedicated servers, colocation space, managed services, bare metal backup, and cloud solutions to clients located throughout the world. The company delivers cost effective and flexible solutions that provide responsive and predictable levels of service. The Vault Networks cloud model, vnCloud, is an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering designed to give clients the flexibility and agility of a cloud infrastructure. The architecture behind vnCloud is powered by a potent combination of enterprise class hardware and cutting edge cloud software. The dedicated server solutions offer fully managed, customizable server with bandwidth, memory and storage space reserved exclusively for each client. The company also offers add-on services including load balancers, managed backup, and firewalls. The Vault Networks was founded in 2003, and is based in Miami, FL.
Miami, FL 33132
Vault Networks, Inc. – Miami Data Center #2 Highlights
- Category 5 Hurricane Rated Facility
- Resides Outside Of FEMA’s 500-Year Flood Zone
- Four Ply Built Up Roof Rated to 150 MPH
- Former BellSouth Central Office
- Built in 1925
- Renovated in 2009 to Telecom Standards
- Two Bays with Access to Freight Elevators
- Colocation Space
- Half Cabinet
- Full Cabinet
- Quarter Cabinet
- SSAE 16 SOC II Certified Facility
- 14′ High Ceilings in a Raised Floor Environment
- 48,000 Square Feet of Raised Floor Plates
- 24 X 7 X 365 by Security Personnel
- CCTV Cameras Integrated into the Alarm System
- Footage is Archived for Future Retrieval
- Biometric Hand Scan and Key Card
- Dual Alarmed, Dual Interlock, Multi-Zoned, Pre-Zoned, Pre-Action Dry Pipe Fire Suppression
- N+1 Infrastructure
- Power Risers from Basement to Rooftop
- 120V, 208V, And 480V AC Power
- 48V DC Power
- Underground Feed Served by Three Substations
- True A and B Feeds
- 3 x 160 KVA Powerware UPS System in N+1 Configuration
- 1 MW Cummins Diesel Generator
- 8 X 20 Tons Air Conditioners
- N+1 Cooling
- Carrier Neutral Facility
- Utilizes Premium Tier-1 Bandwidth Providers
- Two Manhole Entries
- 24 X 7 X 365 NOC
- Remote And Smart Hand Services