Quickconnect is a full service telecommunications management firm who heavily focuses on utilizing state of the art facilities with redundancy in everything so that you never have any down time. Enclosing is a quick preview of what our setup is. Keep in mind that this is just a snippet of the facilities that maintain our clients business and technology interests.
Our Hackensack, New Jersey facility is designed and equipped to provide over 200 watts of power per square foot of data center space via dual independent power systems, each backed by it’s own bank of Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPSs). Each bank of UPSs includes n+1 redundancy. Our three-phase UPS is among the largest single-site American Power Conversion installations in the United States, and can power the entire datacenter at full load.
Within one minute of a commercial power failure, our facilities diesel generators smoothly pick up the load from the UPSs and keep our network and your servers functioning without interruption for the duration of the commercial power failure. During an extended commercial power outage the diesel generators provide power using the five thousand gallons of diesel fuel securely stored on site. Fuel suppliers are on standby to provide additional service.
Around the clock security includes:
- Closed circuit video monitoring
(inside & outside the facility)
- Alarmed doors with secure card-key access
- Man-trap restricted access to the data floor
- Secure locking equipment enclosures
(cabinets or cages)
To ensure the sensitive infrastructure within our facilities maintains a stable temperature, our facilities N+1-configured HVAC systems from Liebert are conditioned for optimal performance. Our facility has multiple chillers and Computer Room AC (CRAC) units to provide air conditioning to meet N+1 redundancy requirements.
Our state-of-the-art fire suppression systems rely on a FM-200 inert gas structure designed to protect servers and other delicate equipment. The backup system is a dry-charged, pre-action method designed to isolate the event, protect the physical facility, and leave unaffected systems untouched.