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Data Center in CT

Our State-of-the-art Data Center Services in Connecticut

The Computer Company, Inc. Data Center in Cromwell, CT is a SAS 70 Type II certified, and now called SSAE16 Type II facility featuring gigabit backbone networks utilizing multiple fiber Internet connections protected with a stand-by high-speed RF wireless solution providing uninterrupted service regardless of land-line feeds ensuring your data is available when needed.

Our data center in Connecticut is protected by video surveillance which provides 24x7 monitoring of both the interior and exterior of the facility, a security-vestibule (man-trap) prevents unauthorized access to the Data Center floor, and card-key and biometrics provide authorization and authentication. The facility also employs modern environmental controls and FM 200 fire suppression system.

A consistent supply of power is critical to Data Center operations. We provide this power to independently control uninterruptible power supplies that provide conditioned power to individual racks.

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The main power is backed up by a natural gas generator fed from a multi-million gallon storage facility located within 1 mile of our facility. In essence, the generator can provide power to the data center in Connecticut indefinitely.

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Our top-of-the-line Data Center facility guarantees the power infrastructure that will keep your business up and running with high speed internet access can handle any bandwidth. Our Data Center customers consistently cite our hosting reliability, flexibility and responsiveness, and staff expertise as the reasons they prefer The Computer Company's data center in CT.

We also offer migration services to ease your transition from another location. Let us help you plan and move your equipment to our data center in CT.

For many businesses, critical applications significantly impact revenues, customer satisfaction, and/or market share.

To protect them, you need a structure designed around high availability - a structure designed to account for every component of your infrastructure that may impact these business-critical applications.