A quick tour of our Dallas data center

We’re pleased to be able to share a tour and some pictures of our recently launched Dallas data center. Dallas is our fourth data center, after NYC, Atlanta and Phoenix. We’re using Dallas primarily for dedicated servers, including our highly popular double RAM dedicated server promotion. The data center itself is a brand new state-of-the-art facility. It has been designed and built from the ground up to be highly redundant and highly secure with plenty of expansion room.

Our redundant network is Cisco / Juniper powered and features multiple connections to Tier1 and Tier2 network carriers.

We have a fully redundant backup power system including multiple generators and UPS systems, pictured below.

The facility itself is in the heart of Dallas, Texas. It is a fully redundant facility built with uptime, security, and performance in mind.

  • Redundant power system with 4 UPS systems and 3 generators
  • Redundant network powered by Cisco and Jumiper
  • Staffed 24×7 with onsite technicians and security guards
  • Redundant cooling with 2N HVAC system

Stay tuned for the full datacenter tour page on our website that will feature all of our facilities.

 

24 thoughts on “A quick tour of our Dallas data center”

  1. Keep it up. This will help for the future growth of the company. I wish I can have one of those in my house. LOL

  2. the EXIF info on some of those jpeg pictures says (c) Copyright GREG BLOMBERG, 2010 and have creation timestamps of 2011/09/28…
    since we’re in june 2012… it either took you almost 9 months to publish those photos or these are not the real photos of the datacenter we’re looking at.
    /end jedi mind trick :p

  3. Adi, with all those Daylight Saving Time changes and then some, I haven’t used the right date or time on my camera in forever :) They’re quite recent, we can assure you! (but good eye!)

  4. @Tamar – are you sure it’s only the camera time that’s off?
    There are other EXIF bits of data that say that the time of the computer on which they were edited was also set to 2011:

    Software / Firmware Version = Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.5 (Macintosh)
    Last Modified Date/Time = 2011:10:26 15:02:50

  5. Oooooo, Adi is on to something.
    But if this is all real, great to hear it. Namecheap is on to something!

  6. Very impressive especially the backup power. The 24/7 on site tech and security, armed I hope, is needed because of the hosting.

  7. @Adi What you have seen is actually the time when Adobe Photoshop Lightroom installed on their Linux device. LOL

  8. The photo was taken using a NICKON D35 DigiCam; Edited/Enhanced with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.5 which is installed last Oct. 26, 2011.

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