JoomByte leases a large array of Dedicated Servers in Dallas, Texas, at one of America’s largest Data Centers.
Dedicated means that these servers are entirely ours to use and control, which is why we have several independent Support Staff Members working around the clock. We have exclusive contracts and deals in place, which have proven a long and stable business relationship over several years.
The Data Center contains over 85,000 servers and tens of thousands of Employees who keep the Data Center 100% stable and reliable.
The facility boasts amazingly high levels of Security, including 24/7/365 Monitoring by security guards, closed circuit surveillance monitoring, biometric scanners at every entry and intense entrance control.
Further security of operations is ensured by securing devices within dedicated cage spaces preventing unauthorized access to the monitored and locked cabinet-style racks and devices.
All power cables and data cables have been secured in conduit for added security and network stability. The front and rear of each cabinet is monitored and recorded by multiple closed circuit cameras.
The main cables are dropped from the ceiling, with backups remaining under-ground, incase the overhead cables are severed, giving the underground cables opportunity to take action rerouting all data through the fireproof cabinets.
The data center receives primary power feeds from two separate substations which feed into the facility through separate underground routes. Each redundant UPS room contains 6 UPS systems (N+1) which filter out aberrations to supply clean continuous power to the customer cabinets, and infrastructure equipment. This UPS is connected to six two-megawatt Cummins Diesel Generators that will activate within eight seconds of power failure.
Twenty four thousand gallons of fuel reside on-site to provide enough fuel to run all six generators at 100 percent capacity for 48 hours. While no condition exists in which all generators would operate under such conditions, a reference of scale would be to consider that operation of all six generators simultaneously would produce enough excess power to feed the entire local electrical grid.
An advanced fire suppression system is also in place, containing a pre-action dry pipe sprinkler system, early warning smoke, particle and heat detectors above and below the floors. Once triggered, the thermal fuse in each sprinkler head must reach between 120 and 190 degrees to disperse water. In addition, FM-200 extinguishers are located throughout the data center to attack incipient fire outbreaks prior to sprinkler system activation.