Location: The DigiPlex Norway Oslo Ulven data centre is in the Okern district of central Oslo and was originally designed and built in 1981 for the Norwegian government as a data centre and communication hub. Parking lots for customers are available in front of the house.
Cooling: The microclimate in the server room is controlled by two UNIFLAIR precision air conditioners. The air conditioning system is designed according to 2N redundancy method. Hardware cooling is provided according to the method of hot and cold corridors.
Electricity: Two x 2.2MVA dual output diesel rotary UPS systems, providing 1.6MVA of short break power supplies. Two x 2.2MVA diesel standby power generators supporting scalable UPS and short break supplies. Five synchronised 1.0MVA diesel standby power generators supporting modular UPS and short break supplies. Fuel supply to support 48h diesel generators running at site full load.
Hardware: We use Only brand servers and only the best hardware components – Samsung or Kingston SSD's, memories from Viking, Kingston etc, Western Digital or HGST harddisks, Intel processors.
Networking: Our multi-redundant network with main carriers like IP-Only, Level3, Cogent, Telia, NTT, Orange and other peering partners are providing flawless networking! We are also connected to multiple regional Internet Exchange Points to allow lowest latency possible. In this location it is possible to upgrade server networking to 10Gbps uplink and 1 Gbps, 2 Gbps, 3 Gbps or 5 Gbps unmetered traffic.
Security: Redundant high end security systems and video surveillance. No one can’t step the foot into the datacentre facility without having Access card. Our racks are locked and those doors can be opened ONLY with access cards. Also, our cage where the racks are staying, is locked and only Access card opens the door to our cage. This all together adds extra additional layer of security.