Scott Data Center
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Scott Data Center is located in the area Omaha, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 05-04-2009.
The Scott Technology Tranfer and Incubator Center
6825 Pine St.
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owned and operated by The Scott Technology Tranfer and Incubator Center.
Hosting of individual servers
The Scott Data Center is an 80,000sqft. facility located next to the University of Nebraska-Omaha's Peter Kiewit Institute. Adjacent to the data center is the Scott Technology Center which offers leased office space. The data center was built in 2006 and features fully redundant infrastructure and weather-hardened concrete walls for wind and storm resistance.
The Scott Data Center is a Tier III facility. The data center features fully redundant power and communications utilities. Each incoming power feed has a separate and paralleled UPS system. The facility utilizes four independent 1500KW backup generators to complement its redundant utility feeds. Fire suppression systems are fully independent and redundant.
[X] 24/7 access
[X] 24/7 staff on site
[X] 24/7 security guard(s)
[ ] Remote hands available
[X] Automatic fire suppression
[X] Environmental Monitoring
[X] Video surveillance
[X] Alarm system
[X] Rental of suites/rooms
[X] Rental of cages
[X] Rental of foot prints
[X] Rental of racks
[ ] Hosting of individual servers
[ ] Dedicated servers
[ ] Virtual servers
[X] Office space
The Scott Data Center is a carrier-neutral facility with diverse paths throughout the Omaha metro area. Backhauls are available to a carrier hotel located in downtown Omaha at 1623 Farnam St.
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