SUPERNAP Thailand data centers are future-proof and guarantee 100% uptime.
Clients receive the power they need when they need it.
As more organizations turn to advanced data center solutions to help their business become more agile and competitive, it’s important to note that not all data centers are built the same. A breakthrough example of one of these energy efficient data center designs is 100% multi-cabinet heat containment.
To ensure the industry’s densest and most efficient hyperscale digital infrastructure, SUPERNAP (Thailand) leverages 100% hot aisle containment chimney pods with Switch’s patented 100% Hot Aisle Containment (T-SCIF) technology, the revolutionary heat containment cabinet system that supports the world’s most efficient cost-saving scalability.
Another challenge faced by all data centers is the ability to assure customers that their IT equipment remains operational despite utility power outages or other unplanned occurrences. SUPERNAP Thailand data center is future-proof and guarantee 100% uptime since the opening of our facility.
To accomplish this, we have implemented a tri-redundant infrastructure, consisting of three separate power systems with no single points of failure. Additionally, each power system contains its own generators and UPSs. Effectively, one entire system can experience a failure without our customers experiencing any downtime.
Another proprietary element that contributes to our resiliency also include the patented Switch SHIELD, which mitigates extreme weather conditions and, with its dual-roof architecture, allows the maintenance, repair or replacement of the roof components while protecting the critical system operations of the data center below, even during a full roof replacement.
In addition to network scalability, our data center is also modular and scalable, ready to extend to provide more than 60MW of power and space for more than 5,000 cabinets in the future to support our client’s growth.
Discover how SUPERNAP Thailand can help you deploy mission-critical IT infrastructure, through redundancy and carrier neutrality.