Mid-Michigan Data Center
Our Mid-Michigan data center is strategically located at the intersection of the I-69 and I-75 corridor. Originally built by EDS as General Motor’s disaster recovery data center, we invested more than $1M in upgrades to provide secure, compliant enterprise-class cloud hosting, colocation, offsite backup, and recovery services.
The 32,500 square-foot hosting facility includes 22,500 square feet of raised 24-inch floor space and 10,000 square feet of furnished, power-protected workplace recovery space.
The Mid-Michigan data center is geographically separated from our other three Michigan data centers and our Indianapolis data center, which helps ensure ideal production, data protection and disaster recovery solutions.
The Mid-Michigan data center is independently audited on an ongoing basis with annual reporting by UHY LLP for the following standards:
- SOX Compliance (SAS 70, SSAE 16/SOC 1, SOC 2)
- HIPAA Compliance (OCR HIPAA Audit Protocol)
- PCI DSS Compliance
- Safe Harbor Compliance
- Dual utility power feeds into the data center from diverse routes
- Dual synchronized 1,300 KVA Detroit Diesel generators
- Pooled UPS system provides more than 1,600 KVA of conditioned power to the data center floor
- High-availability power runs diverse power paths to each server
- Multiple Internet Service Providers (ISPs) with diverse fibers feed into the data center
- Redundant Gigabit network provides capacity on demand
- Private Gigabit connection for data replication to Ann Arbor data center 53 miles away.
- High-availability dual Cisco-powered network provides redundant network connections to the server.
Building Safety and Security
- All critical equipment is N+1 with full redundancy across core network and security systems
- Dry pipe fire suppression system with state-of-the-art laser particle counting technology
- Multiple levels of physical security with two-factor authentication to gain floor access
- Digital video surveillance with 24/7 recording activity
- 400 tons of cooling capacity with full N+1 redundancy