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CNS Colo is located in the area Long Island, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 28-09-2010.
131 Hoffman Ln
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The CNS Colo Data Center is a Tier III facility and is designed to accommodate changing power density and cooling needs of our customers while maintaining high levels of customer service and support.
Built to meet the needs of the most demanding IT environments, we have designed services to deliver the reliability that businesses need to ensure consistent operation. As many data centers are unable to maintain the power and cooling requirements brought by recent advancements in technology, the CNS Colo facilities exceed those needs and are scalable grow with you.
The data center features 65,000 square feet with an additional 40,000 square feet of space for further expansion, and offers:
. 2.5 Megawatts of Power
. Multiple Generator Backup
. Redundant AC
. Multi-Carrier with Manhattan bypass
. Secure, Private Colo Suites
. Fire Suppression
. 24-Hour Manned Facility
. Multi-Use Facility Space
. 100' above sea level, not in flood zone
The consistent upgrading of our facilities demonstrates our dedication to success in helping organizations ensure their critical infrastructure is always online, keeping their business in business. Providing our customers with cost-effective solutions that can grow seamlessly as their business grows, we help them to manage their applications more efficiently with network monitoring, management and integrated data-center solutions.
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