Holly Data Center
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Holly Data Center is located in the area Kansas City MO, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 06-01-2012.
2401 Holly St
64108 Kansas City
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owned and operated by KC NAP.
Hosting of individual servers
Over 5700 Square Feet.
Over 4000 Sq ft, expansion area.
140 Tons of Redundant Air Installed, Room for 250 Ton Expansion.
Passive cooling and venting systems.
500+ KVA Backup Generator, with N+1 for additional capacity.
100 KVA Reserved for DC Operation.
1500 Gallons on site fuel storage.
N+1 UPS and A+B design.
-48 V A-B power systems Installed up to 1200 Amps total capacity.
Carrier Grade Grounding & Lightning Suppression.
2 and 3 factor authentication and video security.
Massive floor loading & 16' ceilings.
Both Cabinet and Cage availability.
400 pair Telco/LEC/CLEC for T-1 or copper.
Multiple Fiber Providers.
On many US primary North-South fiber routes.
Access to the Zayo/AFS sonet ring.
More than 350 multi-tenant buildings in fiber range.
7 Local fiber Providers in Building, 12 in Vaults.
Over 24 Carriers via KC NAP
Fiber Services to major metros.
In building roof access for wireless providers.
Over 20 tall buildings or communications towers in range.
Hardened Rohn and Fiber Room.
Building in a building can survive an F5 storm.
Electrical System newly added Green Features
Powered by KCP&L one of the best power systems in the country.
1.2 MW available capacity in the mains.
New "Green Power" Solar Power Panels just installed December 2011
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