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Gigenet is located in the area Chicago, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 18-10-2007.
545 E. Algonquin Rd. Ste. D
60005 Arlington Heights
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Hosting of individual servers
Gigenet operates our own 17,000 sq. ft. private data facility. Instead of leasing space from a third-party wholesaler, we have built and maintain our own IDC. Doing so provides us with flexibility to expand, strict cost controls, higher security standards, and overall better facility management.
Security: Multi-layer security control procedures, staffed 24/7, proximity card readers, and IP video monitoring ensure that your hardware is never tampered with. Public access is not available unless personally escorted by Gigenet staff or authorized ISP's.
Network: Multi-homed redundant fiber connections and peering with Tier-1 providers ensure you're always connected and that your data takes the quickest, most efficient routes for optimal transfer speeds. Maintenance and support contracts with all of our vendors, along with third party consultants, ensure constant uptime and availability.
Power: Uninterruptible power solutions that are flexible and upgradeable provide constant power to your hardware. Our Mitsubishi UPS battery system takes over instantly while our diesel generator starts up.
Cooling: Leibert HVAC redundant architecture with overhead air distribution makes sure that your equipment is always operating at optimum temperatures.
Fire Suppression: VESDA smoke detection, double-action dry pipe fire suppression modules prevent emergencies before they start.
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