Warsaw, Poland Data Center

Data Center Details

Warsaw is one of East-Central Europe’s key economic hubs, with connectivity that links western and eastern Europe. Economically and politically stable with a large domestic market, Poland has seen continuous GDP growth in every quarter since 2007. With a rapidly growing technology sector, boosted by high levels of innovation, lower costs, and a strong talent pool, Warsaw is well-positioned to become one of Europe’s digital heavyweights.

NetActuate’s Warsaw data center is a business hub for more than 350 companies. In this location, customers can choose from a broad range of network services and can also interconnect directly to customers and partners in their digital supply chain. This facility also provides direct access to the Equinix Internet Exchange™ Poland (formerly known as PLIX), which is the largest internet exchange in Poland.

 

Building

  • 15,500 ft2 (1,440 m2)
  • 42-story, steel skyscraper construction
  • Raised floor
  • Floor load capacity 102 psf (500 kg/m2

    Compliance

    • ISO 22301
    • ISO 27001
    • ISO 9001:2015
    • PCI DSS

      Security

      • Man trap entry
      • Proximity access card and PIN
      • 24/7 on-site security officers
      • Biometric readers
      • CCTV surveillance with 90-day video retention

      Connectivity

      • Carrier-agnostic
      • Multiple connections
      • Fiber, copper, coax cross-connects
      • Equinix Internet Exchange™

      Power

      • 3 kW per cabinet
      • Floor -1: 2 x 1.1 MVA
      • Floor +1: 2 x 0.43 MVA
      • Floor +3: 2 x 1.54 MVA
      • Static and battery UPS
      • 2N UPS redundancy
      • Standby Power:
        2 x 520 kW generators
        1 x 240 kW generators
        2 x 720 kW generators
        2 x 1,800 kW generators
      • N Standby Power Redundancy

       

      Cooling

      • Floor -1 DX with dry coolers
      • Floor +1 DX
      • Floor +3 DX and DX with drycoolers
      • N+1 cooling redundancy

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