Hawaii Data Center Redesign Completed By Fifteenfortyseven

Data center developer and operator fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty announced in mid-January that its newly redesigned Hawaii data center is once again fully operational and ready to accept new clients.

The Honolulu data center, which originally opened in July 2014, was redesigned by fifteenfortyseven in partnership with Hawaii Pacific Teleport, an international satellite and fiber-based communications provider. Known as AlohaNAP, the site is a carrier-neutral facility with access to local fiber providers, trans-Pacific submarine cable systems and a diverse network of more than 40 satellites. 

"We're looking forward to introducing AlohaNAP to the PTC community," said Corey Welp, 1547 managing Director. "AlohaNAP offers its clients a state-of-the-art facility to support the most demanding business applications and provide a truly secure solution for their IT infrastructure requirements."

The Hawaii data center offers 10,000 square feet of available space with 200 cabinets. An additional 50,000 square feet will be accessible in the future after a third phase of building. The site is ideally located two miles inland and 130 feet above sea level, keeping the structure safely outside flood and tsunami zones. The facility offers redundant fiber and power supplies, biometric and physical security and N+1 cooling and power design.

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